Our goal here is simple. We want to help you find the best insurance company, and to call out the insurance companies that we see mistreating their own customers.
Farmington Hills, MI (PRWEB) March 05, 2013
As an insurance attorney helping people in auto accidents for nearly 20 years, Steven Gursten says he's constantly asked which auto insurance companies he actually likes.
To help drivers wade through the flashy advertising, conflicting information, confusing policy language, and hundreds of options to find the right auto insurance company, Gursten and the other 17 insurance attorneys at Farmington Hills-based Michigan Auto Law have put together this free guide:
"The best insurance companies aren’t necessarily the ones sponsoring football games," said Gursten, head of Michigan Auto Law and president of the Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association. "Our goal here is simple. We want to help you find the best insurance company, and to call out the insurance companies that we see mistreating their own customers."
The guide includes:
- Michigan Auto Law's picks for the four best auto insurance companies.
- Tips on how to choose the insurance company that’s right for drivers and their families.
- Michigan Auto Law's picks for the "worst" auto insurance companies.
- Real life examples from real cases of how each of the "worst" insurance companies have mistreated auto accident victims and consumers.
"This free guide is based on real experiences from the lawyers at Michigan Auto Law, who deal with insurance companies every single day, and see how they truly treat people when they're at their most vulnerable — after a serious car accident," Gursten said, noting that there is also quite a bit of quantitative data that coincides with his own personal experiences.
About Steven M. Gursten: Steven M. Gursten is an attorney and head of Michigan Auto Law. He is president of the Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association and serves as an executive board member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer Group. Gursten is also past co-chair of the Michigan Association for Justice Automobile Accident No-Fault Committee and past-president of the AAJ Truck Accident Litigation Group. He speaks at legal seminars across the country on insurance, No-Fault litigation and helping auto accident victims. Gursten is available for comment.
About Michigan Auto Law: Michigan Auto Law has 18 lawyers exclusively handling auto accident and No-Fault insurance litigation throughout the state. The law firm has received the top-reported jury verdict for a car or truck accident victim for the past five years, according to published reports by Michigan Lawyers Weekly. Michigan Auto Law has offices in Farmington Hills, Sterling Heights, Detroit, Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids. For more information, call Michigan Auto Law at (800) 777-0028.