Neil E. Hansen recently prevailed on a summary disposition motion in this case for payment of PIP benefits. In the case, Plaintiff sought payment of over $142,000 in PIP benefits from Progressive. The Court granted a dispositive motion in Progressive’s favor, finding that Plaintiff committed material misrepresentations in the renewal of the underlying policy. More specifically, the Court agreed with Progressive’s position that Plaintiff actively misrepresented the identity of the named insured in an effort to modify the policy prior to the accident occurring. The modifications, made through misrepresentations, had the effect of extending the policy when it otherwise would have expired prior to the date of loss. The Court agreed Plaintiff made material misrepresentations, and therefore that the policy was voided.
Court Grants Dispositive Motion for Material Misrepresentations in Policy Renewal
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
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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
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