By David Mittleman

In a Michigan auto accident, in order to recover for noneconomic or “pain and suffering” damages, an injured party (or their family) has to show that he or she suffered a “threshold injury” including death, permanent serious disfigurement, or a serious impairment of body function. The third type of threshold injury; the “serious impairment” is defined as “an objectively manifested impairment of an important body function that affects the injured party’s ability to lead his or her normal life” as they did before the auto accident.

Hard Data

In the courtroom, the plaintiff, or injured party, has …read more