Ashley S. Dickey

ashley.dickey@ceflawyers.com
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F: 248-351-7167
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Ashley is a member of the firm’s General and Automotive practice group, where she focuses on first- and third-party automobile defense and premises liability actions. Ashley is experienced in defending personal injury and general liability matters and has represented insurers, corporations, and individuals in the areas of motor vehicle, premises liability, subrogation, insurance coverage, probate, construction, property and employment.

While in law school, Ashley was a Senior Associate Editor of the Law Review, a member of the Moot Court Executive Board and a finalist in both the Moot Court and Mock Trial Competitions. She was an active member of the Dean’s Honor Society, receiving academic-based scholarships as well as Certificate of Merit Awards (“book awards”) in Civil Procedure and Research and Writing.


AREAS OF PRACTICE

General & Automotive Liability


EDUCATION

Thomas M. Cooley Law School
(J.D. cum laude, 2014)

Oakland University
(B.A. 2009)


ADMISSIONS

State Bar of Michigan
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan
U.S. District Court, Western District of Michigan


 ACCOMPLISHMENTS & AWARDS

Super Lawyers™
—-– Rising Star (2018)

Thomas M. Cooley Law School’s Book Awards in Legal Research and Writing, and Civil Procedure (2011)

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Michigan Defense Trial Counsel
Oakland County Bar Association
State Bar of Michigan
Litigation Section
Insurance Section


PROMINENT OUTCOMES

Successfully obtained Motion for Summary Disposition on behalf of an automotive insurance company in a no-fault case filed by medical providers. The case was dismissed based upon res judicata, since the medical providers filed the same case previously, which was dismissed with prejudice for discovery violations. The judge also awarded the auto insurer sanctions. (December 2017)

Successfully obtained summary disposition in a slip and fall case involving a snow removal company and third-party beneficiary case on the grounds of no genuine issue of material fact regarding the Plaintiff’s claims and Co-Defendant condominium complex’s claims. Additionally, the Court found that Plaintiff failed to allege a separate and distinct duty that the snow removal company owed her outside of its contractual duties with the condominium complex such that the snow removal company cannot be held liable in tort for non-performance of a contractual duty. (November 2017)

Successfully obtained summary disposition motion in favor of an automobile no-fault insurer. Plaintiff, a medical provider, claimed to be entitled to medical expenses, interest, and fees totaling more than $140,000.00, incurred on behalf of a claimant who was allegedly injured in an automobile accident. Click here for full details. (August 2018)