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Michael Olson
Congratulations Arthur Liss, Founder of Liss & Andrews, for being honored among the one percent of legal counsel in the US by NADC.
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O'Donnell discusses the sweeping changes in 2019, limiting medical coverage unless specifically purchased, which ultimately increased liability for medical expenses caused to others. Legislation is needed to protect accident victims, including addressing limitations on attendant care. Liss & Andrews advocates for consumer protections through pending legislation such as the Policyholder Bill of Rights.
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Thanks in part to the hard work of some organizations and advocacy groups, bad faith legislation designed to protect insurance policyholders has been introduced in the state Legislature to bring Michigan in line with the rest of the country.
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Liss & Andrews attorneys Nicholas Andrews and Meagan O'Donnell discuss insurance bad faith behaviors in Michigan and the push for reform to hold insurance companies accountable.
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Peg and Skip Wieland devoted themselves to becoming son Shawn Wieland’s full-time caregivers and advocates, following a devastating car crash in 1997. State Farm paid them for it, a benefit to which the family was entitled under Michigan’s no-fault system.
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Liss & Andrews and the Wieland family has emerged victorious in an insurance case against State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance. 43-year-old Shawn Wieland, who suffered a traumatic brain injury in a devastating crash at age 17 in 1997, will be awarded over $1 million, according to a recent jury decision. This case marks a victory...
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Congratulations to Liss & Andrews Partner Nicholas Andrews, for the well-deserved honor of being named a 2024 Top Lawyer by DBusiness Magazine!
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Bad faith practices, which are intentionally dishonest acts or fraudulent behavior, are all too common for insurance companies in Michigan. Partner Nick Andrews comments on the need for legislation in Michigan and the firm's push to pass the Insurance Policy Holder Bill of Rights (SB 329 and HB 4681) that would protect Michigan insurance policyholders.
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The well-being of caregivers and No-Fault accident survivors are at stake following the Michigan Supreme Court hearing in early March. Partner Nick Andrews explains how some are still not receiving payments for care in this Detroit Free Press article and what must be done to ensure justice following the looming ruling.
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Thousands who were catastrophically injured lost care when No-Fault reform went into effect. For client Carmen Burgie, restoration of insurance payments for her family can't come soon enough.
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