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How to Prove Traumatic Brain Injury to Skeptical Juries and Insurance Adjusters
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Attorney Steven Gursten of Michigan Auto Law will be speaking on TBI during the American Association for Justice Annual Convention (PRWeb July 28, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12044769.htm
 
Witnesses testify about McBride, neighborhood on night of porch shooting
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The prosecution presented five witnesses today, which included a neighbor of Theodore Wafer, in its strategy to prove its case against the 55-year-old Dearborn Heights homeowner charged in the shooting death of'-year-old Detroiter Renisha McBride.
 
Memphis police chief on verge of dismissal, mayor claims threats from her family
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What began as a car accident involving Memphis Police Chief Jessica Beels Koveck has taken a wild turn as Mayor Daniel Weaver claims he has been threatened by members of her family.
 
Insurers Claim Granny Scooters Must Be Covered—Just Like Cars
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Two insurance companies have made an unusual argument in a Michigan case: They’re insisting that the drivers of motorized mobility scooters should be required to get the same insurance as car and truck owners.
 
Memphis officials fire police chief
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A tumultuous series of events culminated in the firing of Memphis’ police chief Monday night though it would appear the situation is far from settled.
 
Jury is selected in Dearborn Heights porch shooting trial
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A jury was seated Tuesday in the murder trial of Theodore Wafer, the Dearborn Heights homeowner charged in the November shooting death of Detroit teen Renisha McBride.
 
The new way to capture your proposal on video
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It looks like an ordinary ring box, but it's designed with a hidden camera to capture your special moment.
 
Attorney to file wrongful death suit against state, MSP trooper
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A Michigan attorney is planning to file a $50 million lawsuit against the State of Michigan and a state police trooper after an accident caused the death of one person and severely injured two others.
 
Attorney files $50 million lawsuit against State of Michigan, state trooper
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A Michigan attorney is filing a $50 million lawsuit against the State of Michigan and a state police trooper.
 
Police work attacked in McBride murder trial
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Coming up on Wednesday, at least one Dearborn Heights police officer is expected to be recalled to the stand to explain what happened to a $100 bill that was reportedly found in Renisha McBride's pocket, but not marked as evidence.