Michigan Auto Law Hires Newest Auto Accident Attorney

Law firm welcomes Josh R. Terebelo, growing to 18 attorneys helping car accident victims despite nation’s harshest auto accident laws

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Joshua R. Terebelo Michigan Auto Law attorney

Even with one of the harshest auto laws in the entire nation, Michigan Auto Law is growing, obtaining more clients and most importantly, continuing to fight for people after they've been injured in auto accidents.

Farmington Hills, MI (PRWEB) July 30, 2011

Michigan Auto Law (Gursten, Koltonow, Gursten, Christensen & Raitt, PC) would like to announce that car accident attorney Joshua R. Terebelo has joined the law firm's Farmington Hills office.

Michigan Auto Law is the largest law firm in the state specializing in car accident, truck accident and motorcycle accident lawsuits. The addition of Terebelo brings the firm's accident attorneys to a total of 18.

Terebelo, of Royal Oak, Michigan, will work in the law firm's litigation division, where he will focus on No-Fault insurance lawsuits and help auto accident victims receive their first-party no fault insurance (PIP) benefits.

Terebelo graduated from Wayne State University Law School with Cum Laude honors. He is licensed to practice in Eastern and Western District Federal Court. He is also active in many legal organizations, such as the Oakland County Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the Michigan Association for Justice.

Terebelo is a Michigan Super Lawyer – Rising Star. Super Lawyers is a listing of outstanding attorneys who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement, and is limited to the top 5 percent of Michigan attorneys.

Prior to joining Michigan Auto Law, Terebelo worked for a Michigan personal injury law firm, where he also focused his practice on helping auto accident victims. At Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, he was a research and teacher's assistant to Professor Steven M. Davidoff.

Steven M. Gursten, head of Michigan Auto Law, said it's remarkably exciting that his law firm continues to thrive, given "the last 15 years of the nation’s harshest tort reform, including the most draconian auto accident injury threshold." Gursten noted that the Michigan Supreme Court may overturn the state's car accident case law McCormick v. Carrier, making it even more difficult for seriously injured auto accident victims to pursue pain and suffering damages; and the tort-"reform" driven Michigan Legislature.

"Even with one of the harshest auto laws in the entire nation, Michigan Auto Law is growing, obtaining more clients and most importantly, continuing to fight for people after they've been injured in auto accidents," Gursten said. "This is because we specialize in only one area of law, and we try to do it better than anyone else. Without TV advertising or direct advertising to the public, we continue to grow by getting great results and having other Michigan lawyers refer us cases. We’ve been protecting auto accident victims for decades.

"We're glad to add Josh — a very talented and tenacious attorney — to our strong team of accident attorneys."

About Michigan Auto Law: Michigan Auto Law is a third-generation law firm with 18 lawyers exclusively handling auto accident lawsuits and No-Fault insurance litigation throughout the state. The firm has offices in Farmington Hills, Sterling Heights, Detroit, Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids. The accident lawyers at Michigan Auto Law have received the top-reported verdict for a car accident or truck accident trial in 2008, 2009 and 2010, according to Michigan Lawyers Weekly. For more information or to speak with an auto accident attorney, call (800) 777-0028.
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