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First-Party (PIP)

Motor Vehicle Litigation / May 6, 2019

Court/Case No: Wayne County Circuit Court/18-07452-NF

Tried/Argued Before: Judge

Demand: $50,000.00

Verdict: $0 – Motion for summary disposition granted

Name of Judge(s): Honorable Craig Strong

Keys to the Case:

Plaintiff filed a first-party action seeking first-party benefits following a motor vehicle accident. An investigation revealed that the named insured made material misrepresentations in the procurement of the policy.  Specifically, the named insured never notified Defendant that Plaintiff was a resident at the home and frequently had permission to drive her vehicle. Disclosure of Plaintiff as a resident in the household with permission to driver policy vehicles would have resulted in a 10% increase in premiums.

Defendant filed a motion for summary disposition based on material misrepresentations in the procurement of the policy.  Defendant’s motion for summary disposition was granted and Plaintiff’s case was dismissed with prejudice.

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