After reviewing a motion drafted by Jason D. Osbourn and the plaintiff’s opposing response, a District Court Judge has agreed that even though the daughter of the insured persons was identified as a “listed driver” under a policy of insurance, she was not a “person named in the policy” as that phrase is used in the Michigan No-Fault Act. The Court described this as “a distinction with a difference” and granted Defendant’s motion, dismissing all claims against the insurer with prejudice.
All Claims Dismissed, Insurer Not Responsible for Adult Daughter
Jeff Murray secured an order dismissing plaintiff’s claims, with prejudice, on a motion for summary disposition. The underlying claimant had stolen her mother’s vehicle, gotten
Housing Accommodations Which Do Not Have the Purpose of Effectuating an Injured Person’s Care, Recovery, Rehabilitation, Are Not Compensable as Allowable Expenses under the No-Fault Act
Nicholas E. Girimont wrote our motion for partial summary disposition as to the claims submitted by Residential Care Solutions, LLC (“RCS”) which was seeking $82,268.48
Plaintiff brought claims for first-party PIP benefits following a December 2017 motor vehicle accident. Mitch D. Parsons was able to show that certain bills incurred after the
Nicholas E. Girimont drafted and argued our Motion for Summary Disposition which sought dismissal based upon a valid recission of the policy as a result