Auto No-Fault Lawsuit Challenges New Medical Provider Fee Schedule

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Several developments, in this case, occurred in late 2020 and early 2021. An integral member of the legal team handling this case, Lansing auto accident attorney, Lauren Kissel, provides further updates on the auto no-fault lawsuit here. We recently wrote about our current lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Michigan's recent no-fault reform, specifically the new limits on family provided attendant care and the egregious fee schedule that applies to non-Medicare compensable services. In the previous article, we discussed at length the in-home attendant care challenges. In this second installment, we will further discuss the constitutionality of the new medical provider fee...

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Guardianship and Conservatorship in Personal Injury Law

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In our many educational and informational efforts, we often discuss the unique role our court system plays in American life. However, one court we don't often cover is the Probate Court, despite the integral role it plays. One of the many important functions of the Probate Court is granting guardianship and conservatorship. As a personal injury law firm, we deal often with guardians and conservators as the result of catastrophic accidents and injuries. Recently on Fox 17 "Know the Law", Grand Rapids car accident attorney, Tom Sinas, explained what guardianship and conservatorship are, as well as how these designations impact...

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