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Case Name Type of Suit Court Result
Silver Pine vs. Allstate Provider Suite 15th District Court Judge Timothy Burke granted our Motion for Summary Disposition based on Issue Preclusion, as the 46th district court had already ruled that the underlying claimant had not suffered accidental bodily injury for the purposes of the No Fault Act.
       
Knauss v Auto Owners PIP 48th Dist Ct. Hon. Diane D’Agostini granted Defendant’s Motion for Summary Disposition as Plaintiff’s complaint alleging bad faith failed to state a claim upon which relief could be granted.
       
Finnegan v Farm Bureau Property Loss Lapeer Judge Nick Holowka granted Defendant’s Motion for Summary Disposition. Plaintiff settled with maintenance companies whose faulty installation of a dishwasher allegedly caused water damage to their floor. Summary Disposition was proper because Plaintiffs destroyed Defendant’s subrogation right in violation of the policy of insurance by settling with the maintenance companies.
       
Harriday v MemberSelect Property Loss Oakland Cicuit Judge Rae Chabot granted our Motion for Summary Disposition because Plaintiff misrepresented items as stolen that she did not own in violation of her policy of insurance.
       
State Wide v AAA Property Loss Wayne Circuit Judge Hathaway granted our Motion for Summary Disposition finding that a service contract entered into with a contractor by AAA's insured  could not bind AAA, because a contract cannot bind a non-party.  Moreover, Plaintiff could not establish that AAA had been unjustly enriched by the services allegedly performed by the Plaintiff.
       
Thomas v Farm Burea
Property Loss
Genesse Circuit Judge Judith Fullerton granted our Motion for Summary Disposition because there was no policy of insurance in effect for a detached garage, which subsequently burned down in a fire.
       
Health Systems v Allstate Provider 46th District Court Judge Sheila Johnson granted our Motion for Summary Disposition in this provider suit for No-Fault benefits because there was no issue of fact that the underlying patient had not suffered accidental bodily injury arising out of a second automobile in 10 months
       
Alliance Transportation v Allstate Provider 46th District Court Judge Cynthia Arvant granted our Motion for Summary Disposition in this provider suit for No-Fault benefits because there was no issue of fact that the underlying patient had not suffered accidental bodily injury arising out of a second automobile in 10 months.
       
Stone v State Farm PIP Benefits Jackson Circuit Judge LaFlamme granted our Motion for Summary Disposition, because Plaintiff’s status as an “occupant” of his employer’s vehicle designated the employer’s insurer as first in priority for PIP benefits.
       
Crystal Clear Health Mgmt v Allstate Provider 44th District Court Judge Meinecke granted our Motion for Summary Disposition in this provider suit for PIP benefits because the underlying claimant took the vehicle she was driving without permission and was not entitled to No-Fault benefits
       
Crank v Woods Condominium Slip and Fall Wayne Judge Popke granted our Motion for Summary Disposition based on Fransescutt v. Fox Chase Condominium Association. Plaintiff, as a condominium unit owner, could not bring suit after he allegedly slipped on a patch of ice near his car because as a co-owner, he was not an invitee or tenant for the purposes of a premises liability case.
       
Young v Nguyen Slip and Fall Wayne Judge Gillis granted our Motion for Summary Disposition because plaintiff failed to show that defendant had constructive notice of an unidentified substance on the floor of her nail salon, which she allegedly slipped on. Further, any condition on the floor would have been open and obvious.
       
Sullolari v Glenn Bodily Injury Macomb Motion for Summary Disposition was granted on behalf of our client, Brian Glenn. The motion was granted because plaintiff could not show any negligence on the part of Mr. Glenn when his car broke down.
       
Orthopedic, PC
v Allstate
PIP Benefits USDC Federal Court granted Motion for Summary Judgment finding no causal connection between treatment rendered by provider and MVA; also agreeing Plaintiff had failed to sustain its burdens of proof relative to No-Fault PIP claim for reimbursement of its bills.  Nearly $100k in bills gone with grant of Motion.
       
Thayne v Bradshaw BI Oakland Motion for Summary Disposition was granted on behalf of our client based on plaintiff’s lack of proximate cause. Case Evaluation sanctions were also awarded to defendant.

       
Pure Open MRI v Allstate Provider 36th Dist Ct Motion for Summary Disposition was granted to our client, Allstate, regarding plaintiff’s MRI bills based on lack of necessity and causation after deposing doctor who referred underlying claimant for MRIs.

       
Dixon v Senior BI Wayne Motion for Summary Disposition was granted to our client, Senior, by the Honorable Annette J. Berry on the basis of plaintiff’s failure to establish that our client was negligent when plaintiff walked into a busy road at night while intoxicated and was hit by defendant Dixon.

       
Physiatry & Rehab v. Encompass PIP 52-A Dist Ct MSD granted on basis of Plaintiff's failure to establish burdens of proof after the close of discovery when Plaintiff repeatedly failed to provide discovery or produce treating doctor for deposition

       
Al-Hourani v. State Farm
PIP 36th Dist Ct MSD granted on basis of Plaintiff's failure to state a claim as Plaintiff was seeking reimbursement of his deductible and lost time from work from State Farm, which insured the other vehicle, and not Plaintiff's vehicle

       
Farm Bureau v. Sentry Select
Dec Action Oakland MSD granted on basis of analysis of priority statute involving motorcycle v 'loaner vehicle
Trial court also granted Farm Bureau sanctions under MCL 600.2591

       
Mallett v. State Farm
PIP Oakland MSD granted on basis of Plaintiff failing to obtain a Michigan no fault insurance policy even though she resided in Michigan. Plantiff could not recover Michigan no fault benefits pursuant to her Indiana policy of insurance.

Durham v. Auto Club
Fire Berrien MSD granted on basis of trial court's interpretation of "used as a residence premises" (currently on appeal)

       
Antuna v. State Farm, et al
UM/UIM Oakland MSD granted on basis of involved vehicle was insured inspite of alleged lack of permissive use by defendant driver

       
Stanek-Loviska v. Alongi, et al
Premises Liability Macomb MSD granted on basis of no duty owed to Plaintiff

       
Cockrell v. Locher
BI Oakland MSD granted on the basis of res judicata

       
Brown v. State Farm, et al
PIP Wayne MTD granted on basis of Plaintiff's discovery abuses

       
Lawson-Williford v. State Farm
PIP Wayne MSD granted on basis that Plaintiff failed to establish entitlement to PIP benefits, including medical expenses and attendant care

       
Erwin v. State Farm
PIP Wayne MTD granted on basis that Plaintiff failed to attend IMEs

       
Nailor v. State Farm
Breach of Contract Washtenaw MSD granted on basis that no valid policy of insurance existed at time of collision

       
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