Insurance Defense Law

BI Insurance

Probably no other area of insurance has been so affected by the Michigan Supreme Court’s changes over the years. We’ve been there from Cassidy to Kreiner to McCormick as the Supreme Court has redefined how to separate fact from legal issues while interpreting the no-fault act. Whether arguing for a Motion for Summary Disposition, defending a Motion for Summary Disposition, or trying a case, we can tackle the issues of serious impairment and serious and permanent disfigurement as they apply to each specific case.

However, because of our fraud background, we can see the trees through the forest. Often what appears to be a serious impairment is really an illusion. Issues like prior injuries, falsified documents, and tainted medical personnel can make fraudulent cases appear to meet the threshold. We can work with you to keep from paying what is not owed in these complex cases.

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