Author Archives: Anna Pinkus
Congratulations to Raed Abboo on his recent victory in Michigan!
Congratulations to Raed Abboo on his recent victory in Michigan. His high-profile no-fault automobile accident case involved a 9-year-old girl and her mother, wherein a mother was operating a vehicle without insurance, and the child and her sister were not buckled. Unfortunately, the 9-year old girl was tragically injured and left a quadriplegic. As… Read More »
Michigan Court of Appeals Ruling in Andary v. USAA
In Andary v. USAA, the Michigan Court of Appeals held that the 56-hour attendant care limit and the fee schedule do not apply retroactively The Court of Appeals decision in Andary v USAA Casualty Ins Co. Et al.___ Mich App (August 25, 2022) is a game-changer for No-Fault victims and insurance companies. The Court… Read More »
Illinois Law Updates
Illinois Prejudgment Interest Update The Cook County Law Division recently issued a notice relative to motions requesting relief from the Prejudgment Interest Act Amendment. The motions include but are not limited to: Staying the application of the judgment Interest Act Amendment; Tolling of requirement(s) of the Judgment Interest Act Amendment; Declaring the Judgment Interest… Read More »
We’re expanding our Michigan practice to Traverse City!
We are pleased to announce our Michigan practice is growing! Our Traverse City location will now provide the same service, commitment, and expertise as the Farmington Hills and Grand Rapids locations, giving us the ability to handle more claims statewide. This new location will be led by Shareholder Erik Stein who will continue to… Read More »
Congratulations to Raed L. Abboo and the Michigan Trial Team!
Congratulations to Raed L. Abboo, Attorney for Kopka Pinkus Dolin in Farmington Hills, Michigan on the recent ruling involving a joint custody order and the domicile of a minor. The Michigan Supreme Court ruled in favor of Kopka Pinkus Dolin’s client in a MACP case, denying an application for leave to appeal the published… Read More »