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Important “To Me” May Be the Roadmap to a Jury
The Supreme Court’s threshold injury analysis from McCormick v Carrier was codified in MCL 500.3135(5). Under the purview of the statute, a plaintiff who demonstrates an objectively manifested impairment of a body function that has great value or significance to the specific plaintiff that affects (but not necessarily destroys) the plaintiff’s general ability to lead their normal life (regardless of how long the impairment lasts) may survive summary disposition.
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