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Michigan Personal Injury Torts, 2023 ed.


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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Lawyers Cooperative Publishing
Copyright: 2023
Service #: 13507939
Sub #: 13507938
Pages: 952
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement Edition

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Michigan Personal Injury Torts (formerly Michigan Torts) has been on the shelves of Michigan practitioners for more than 30 years, summarizing the most important aspects of tort law from the standpoint of Michigan’s extensive body of cases and statutes. The treatise is also updated annually to bring the most recent developments in tort law to Michigan practitioners in an expedient manner.

Included in the discussion of Michigan tort law are the main topics of intentional torts, malpractice, premises liability, products liability, and automobile liability. But the treatise goes beyond this to focus on developments in specific areas, such as application of the “open and obvious” rule, statutes of limitation, attorney responsibility, frivolous lawsuits, insurance company responsibility, uninsured and underinsured motorists, case evaluation, and sanctions.


  • Discussion of Michigan Supreme Courts three-prong test for determination of serious impairment
  • Consideration of the most recent statutory changes affecting Michigan tort law
  • Study of application of federal Apex rule to the scheduling of depositions of high-ranking corporate officers
  • Relevant cases culled from over 500 volumes of Michigan Supreme Court cases and 300 volumes of appeals cases
  • Coverage of statute requiring presuit notice, which effectively reduces statute of limitations for dramshop, government liability, and malpractice claims