During the conversation with Michigan Auto Law's Steve Gursten, Patterson praises Michigan no fault insurance for the ‘quality of life’ it provides victims.
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Thursday, December 27, 2012
Farmington Hills Police Chief Chuck Nebus responds to questions from attorney Steven Gursten, of Michigan Auto Law.
Editor's Note: Michigan Auto Law attorney Steven Gursten recently published this post on his site and has given Farmington-Farmington Hills Patch permission to republish it. As December’s National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month wraps up, I would like to share some great information from the Farmington Hills Police Chief Charles Nebus, on what the city is doing this holiday to crack down on drunk driving. Q. What types of initiatives does the city have planned for the holiday season this year to address Drunk Driving Prevention? A. The Farmington Hills Police Department is participating in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s impaired driving initiative, “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.” Officers are scheduled …
Friday, March 9, 2012
Michigan Auto Law will donate $1 for each 'Like', up to $10,000, to the Brain Injury Association of Michigan.
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, and a Farmington Hills-based law firm is raising funds through Facebook to support the Brain Injury Association of Michigan. For every person who "Likes" Michigan Auto Law's Facebook page, the firm will donate $1 to the association, up to $10,000, said Steven M. Gursten, a traumatic brain injury lawyer and head of the personal injury law firm. Facebook fans of Michigan Auto Law will find blogs, videos, tips and statistics about traumatic brain injury throughout the month of March. "We want to help spread the word about traumatic brain injury and helping brain injury survivors," Gursten said. Automobile accidents are the second leading cause of traumatic brain injury in the United States, affecting 1.…
Sunday, September 18, 2011
Michigan Auto Law awards $1,032 prize to a Flint woman.
Jasmin Prewitt is the winner of the distracted driving awareness sweepstakes sponsored by Farmington Hills-based Michigan Auto Law. Prewitt, of Flint, was one of about 1,400 contestants who participated in the three-week campaign, which took place on Michigan Auto Law's Facebook page, Facebook.com/MichiganAutoLaw. Contestants were asked to watch a video on distracted driving, and make a pledge not to text and drive. Accident lawyer Steven M. Gursten, partner of Michigan Auto Law, noted that people who text and drive are 23 times more likely to be in a car accident, according to a study by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute. The reason for the $1,032 prize amount is because the average auto insurance premium in Michigan is $1,032.02…
Friday, August 26, 2011
A sweepstakes sponsored by Michigan Auto Law highlights the dangers of texting while driving.
Michigan Auto Law, based in Farmington Hills, has kicked off a three-week campaign sweepstakes against the dangers of texting while driving — and the winner will receive a $1,032 check. To qualify, visit Facebook.com/MichiganAutoLaw, "Like" the law firm, and enter to win by watching a short video on distracted driving and filling out a quick contact form, said Steven M. Gursten, head of the state’s largest auto accident law firm. Gursten noted that people who text and drive are 23 times more likely to be in a car accident, according to a study by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute. Why a $1,032 prize? The average auto insurance premium in Michigan is $1,032.02, according to the Insurance Institute of Michigan’s December 2010 data…