1. Mike Morse Law Firm Devotes 100% of our Practice to Representing Victims Who Are Injured. We do one thing and one thing well—represent the injured. And Mike Morse has been doing it since 1992. Our firm is filled with attorneys, paralegals and investigators who are experts in personal injury law. associates, highly trained […]
Michigan’s new no-fault insurance reform law was touted as the solution to some of the highest insurance rates in the country. Not surprisingly, what has emerged from the legislature and the governor’s office is more like a runaway truck about to strike thousands of accident victims, with possibly disastrous results.
Amended “Move Over” Law Provides Expanded Protection and Much-Needed Guidance for Michigan Motorists
In the first two months of 2019, according to the Detroit Free Press, at least a dozen Michigan state police vehicles were struck while patrolling. The Emergency Responder Safety Institute, an organization of public safety and transportation experts, reports that six to eight fire rescue and EMS responders, and 10 to 12 police officers, are […]
In our latest win, a Wayne County jury ordered Allstate Insurance to pay $75,000 plus sanctions, which puts the verdict well over $100,000 for our client who was injured by a negligent driver. Roderick Stevenson was a healthy, young father, but that all changed in an instant January 21, 2015 when the car he…
Our client lost his right hand and suffered a traumatic brain injury, but despite these life-changing injuries, he is determined to move forward. His strength, will and determination are a true inspiration. We are proud to announce a $9.6 million dollar settlement for an accomplished triathlete, duathlete, and marathon runner who was struck, crushed and…
The week of Thanksgiving is the busiest and most dangerous travel time of the year. We’re highlighting some new innovations, available to stop distracted driving. With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, millions of Americans are preparing to hit the road for their holiday celebrations. College students are packing their laundry and distant relatives are…
Recently, the Michigan state legislature removed the $300 maximum medical deductible from the No Fault Act, an act governing many aspects of auto insurance policies in Michigan. Of course, as soon as this happened, a number of auto insurers in Michigan began to take advantage of this restriction being removed and have begun to charge…
Pursuant to the Michigan No-Fault Automobile Insurance Act, persons temporarily unemployed at the time of an automobile accident are able to collect wage loss benefits during their period of disability following the accident.
Last week wintry weather blasted back to Michigan with snow accumulations of 3” or
more on the west side of the state and four feet of snow near Iron Mountain in the UP!
As our roads get slick and we navigate our way to work, to school or even to get a jump
start on our holiday shopping, accidents happen as drivers skid and slide on snow and
ice. Every year, when the first serious snowfall causes crashes, we all remark that our
fellow Michiganders seem to have forgotten how to drive. Now is the time we should all be
reminded to put good snow and ice safe driving habits back into practice and keep them
top of mind and my clients are already asking what they can do to be safe on the roads
In our work as attorneys specializing in Michigan’s No Fault Act, we have been battling State Farm Insurance Company for more than 20 years to make sure they pay our clients the No Fault benefits they are contractually and legally entitled to. They have been extremely aggressive in their attempts to withhold payments and benefits…