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Michigan Lawyers Weekly
Karen Seder honored by Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s ‘Women in the Law’
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Detroit Legal News
‘Know’ Fault: ‘Sensitivity to client needs continues to drive attorney
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Michigan Lawyers Weekly
“Settlements – Plaintiffs Seeks Previous Years’ Deficiency in Attendant Care Sums”
Insurance carrier settles after case remanded over sanctions
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Michigan Lawyers Weekly
“Settlements – 24-hour Attendant Care Benefits Sought”
One suit against carrier concerns keeping rate after a 1/3 reduction
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Michigan Lawyers Weekly
“Settlements – Lawsuit Over Attendant Care Benefits is Settled”
Carrier refused payment or did so at lower rates after two verdicts
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Michigan Lawyers Weekly
“Settlements – Attendant Care, Work Loss Benefits Are Sought”
Carrier is sanctioned for discovery abuse for its adjusting practices
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Michigan Lawyers Weekly
“Settlements – Plaintiff Seeks ‘Double Dip’ From His Insurer”
Attendant care, housing, work loss sought when lower rates paid
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Michigan Lawyers Weekly
“Settlements – Attendant Care, Van Sought by Quadriplegic”
Modified transportation, better car rates were refused by carrier
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Michigan Lawyers Weekly
“Settlements – Plaintiffs Seek Restored Attendant Care Benefits”
Insurance carrier settles after case remanded over sanctions
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The Bay City Times, The Flint Journal, Kalamazoo Gazette
“Insurance Fight Handicaps Victim; Critics Say State Lowballs Catastrophic Coverage Claims”
Under Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance law, one man was entitled to the most generous medical benefits in the nation. But this Liss client was forced to wage a three-year legal battle to get his insurance company to pay up Read More >

Michigan Lawyers Weekly
“Payment, Cutoff, Litigation, Repeat”
Attorney seeks no-fault benefits for fifth time in brain injury Read More >

Detroit Free Press (Real Estate)
“Built To His Needs”
After brain injuries in motorcycle accident, it took 8 years for man to get accessible home Read More >

The Ann Arbor News
“Insurance Pays Off – Finally”
Injured man waited more than 6 years for full settlement Read More >

Legal News
“Notes of Gratitude”
Attorney champions rights of catastrophically injured Read More >

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Michigan Chronicle
“Justice in Court for Detroit Pastor Injured by Uninsured Motorist”
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Birmingham-Bloomfield Eagle
“Family Fights Free of Insurance Mess”
Bloomfield Hills law firm tackles difficult cases Read More >

Michigan Lawyers Weekly
“PIP Claimant Settles for $657k in Future Attendant Care Services”
Parties entered into post-verdict declaratory judgment Read More >

The Detroit Free Press
“No-Fault Know-How”
Key information on what Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance law is and what accident victims are entitled to under the law Read More >

The Detroit News
“No-Fault Insurance Settlement Sets Record: Attorney Wins Fight for Family”
It wasn’t until after she spoke to Liss and Associates, P.C. that one mother learned she had been underpaid by millions of dollars – all the while she and her family struggled financially and emotionally Read More >

The Macomb Daily
“Bus Cash Victim Gets Multi-million Dollar Award”
A closed-head injury accident victim and his wife will receive millions in a settlement reached Monday in Macomb County Circuit Court. The life expectancy settlement is one of the highest ever in Macomb County Read More>

The Detroit News & Free Press
“Special Needs, Special Homes”
As part of its practice, the Liss firm works with vocational experts, architects and builders to assess and meet the housing needs of injured clients Read More >

The Legal Press
“Battle in the Guilded Trenches”
Liss is arguably the top attorney in the state handling closed-head injury cases, and he is distressed to see the ranks of like-minded colleagues shrink around him. Fewer seem interested in taking cases to trial, while insurance companies seem more anxious than ever to do so Read More >

Corporate Detroit
“Maverick Litigator”
The Liss firm has the reputation for an unwillingness to accept lower settlements that has won precedent-setting cases, some of which are the highest awards of their kind in the country Read More >

The Eccentric
“Bloomfield Hills Attorney Helps Clients Rebuild Lives”
It is not about the money as much as giving people the ability to live within the confines of their injury to the best of their abilities as provided by the benefits of the no fault law Read More >

The Detroit News
“Care Givers Hail Work of Noted Injury Lawyers”
“We went on for years and then someone told us about the Liss firm,” stated a father of a catastrophically injured victim who said the firm helped get money from the insurance company through the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association Read More >

Michigan Lawyers Weekly
Insurer’s attendant care policies were disputed
Managers ordered for deposition
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Michigan Lawyers Weekly
Insured sought benefits for attendant care
Court: carrier answers were ‘shifting sands’
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Michigan Lawyers Weekly
“Leaders in the Law 2013 – Nicholas Andrews”
Andrews is a catastrophic-claims litigator who, in 2012, handled seven multimillion-dollar settlements for plaintiffs. He is part of the Oakland County Bar Association’s Circuit Court Committee and the Michigan Association for Justice’s board of directors
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