What is Michigans artificial damages limit in malpractice cases?
Michigan was one of the first states to pass such a law. Despite being unfair and unjust, it has been held constitutional by the Michigan Supreme Court. It is not surprising that the majority of judges on the court that determined that the law is constitutional were appointed to their position because of insurance company money and lobbyists from the medical profession. The law is ridiculous because it puts limits on cases brought by Michigan malpractice victims with the most serious injuries and does nothing to reduce the number filings of so called "frivolous cases."