Andrea M. Mannino
Andrea focuses her practice primarily on coverage litigation and first- and third-party automobile litigation, handling litigation from the discovery phase through trial. She has extensive experience working with general liability, automotive litigation (primarily in the area of no-fault claims) and premises liability matters. Andrea’s experience also includes work with catastrophic claims and drafting coverage opinions.
While in law school, Andrea served in a number of groups, including a position held as the Recruitment Chair for the Moot Court Trial Advocacy Board. She was also a research assistant, instructor for the Street Law Program, and graduate teaching assistant for the Master of Laws LL.M. program. In 2013, Andrea was selected to work as a Summer Fellow with the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau at Harvard Law School.
Andrea is proficient in speaking and writing Spanish.
Member, American Bar Association
Member, Young Lawyers Section, State Bar of Michigan
Member, Italian American Bar Association of Michigan
Successfully obtained summary disposition in lawsuit seeking no-fault and uninsured motorist benefits (Dawan “Winner” Mate v Home-Owners Insurance Company). (Feb 2017)
Successfully obtained summary disposition in a lawsuit seeking no-fault and uninsured motorist benefits (Raven Johnson v Home-Owners Insurance Company). The judge granted the defendant-insurer’s motion to dismiss plaintiff’s complaint for no-fault and uninsured motorist benefits, due to plaintiff’s violation of a court order and failure to participate in discovery. (Jan 2017)
Andrea is is committed to philanthropy. She has been involved in several international charity efforts, including mission trips overseas. She is also an active member in organizations like the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, where she serves as a Team Captain for their annual “Light the Night Walk.” Andrea has spent time volunteering as a camp counselor for Royal Family KIDS, a non-profit program providing camps, clubs and mentoring to abused and neglected children growing up in foster care.