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Christensen Law Attorneys Featured at No-Fault Summit

When you need a brain injury auto accident attorney, you want to know you’re hiring the best. This month, Christensen Law attorneys David Christensen and Sarah Stempky Kime will be featured as industry experts at the Institute of Continuing Legal Education’s No-Fault Summit, which sets the bar for auto accident law across Michigan.

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Google Executive Wants Driverless Cars to be Steering Wheel-less Too

Imagine getting into the drivers’ seat of your car with only a smooth dashboard in front of you. No steering wheel. Would you feel safer, or more at risk? At least one Google executive wants its driverless cars to be steering wheel-less too.

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Attorney David Christensen and Civil Justice Improvements Committee Seek Reform

After two long years, Attorney David Christensen and the Conference of Chief Justices Civil Justice Improvements Committee have issued their draft recommendations for civil litigation reform to the national Conference of Chief Justices. The work could change the way civil lawsuits work across the country.

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Lawmakers Agree on Auto Safety Reform, Just Not How Much

Federal lawmakers from both Democratic and Republic parties have proposed auto safety reform bills after GM and Takata each failed to address fatal automobile defects. But it remains to be seen if the legislators will be able to agree on how much reform is needed, or what kind.

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Congress Considers Bill to Enforce Auto Safety

In the wake of federal congressional hearings on recalls by GM, Toyota, and Takata for safety defects, Representative Jan Schakowsky from Illinois has proposed a bill that would increase funding to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and would pressure manufacturers to improve auto safety.

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