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No-Fault Priority Dispute

Motor Vehicle Litigation / December 19, 2013

Court/Case No: Michigan Court of Appeals Case No. 312044

Tried/Argued Before: Judge

Demand: $685,000

Verdict: $0 - summary disposition in Hartford's favor affirmed

Name of Judge(s): Hon. Patrick M. Meter, Hon. Mark J. Cavanagh, Hon. Henry William Saad

Keys to the Case:

A thorough understanding of the No-Fault Act enabled appellate counsel to persuade the appellate court that, although the trial court’s findings somewhat unclear, the trial court reached the correct result in placing Geico first in priority for the PIP claim of its named insured, where the claimant was not named on Hartford’s policy.


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