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Supreme Court Reversed Cameron and Liptow: The One-Year-Back Rule No Longer Trumps Tolling Provisions For Minors, Incompetent People Or State Entities

Motor Vehicle Litigation / August 2, 2010

In the much anticipated decision of Regents of The University of Michigan v Titan, the Michigan Supreme Court reversed both Cameron v Auto Owners Ins Assoc. and Liptow v State Farm Mutual Automobile Ins Co., which held that the one-year-back recovery limitation of MCL § 500.3145 was not subject to tolling. The Regents Court held that the one-year-back recovery period does not apply to causes of action subject to MCL § 600.5821 (exempting the state and its subdivisions from statutes of limitations).


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