Benjamin A. Demsky
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Benjamin now focuses his practice in the areas of general liability, insurance coverage, and No-Fault claims. Before joining Collins Einhorn, he was a plaintiff’s attorney handling general and automotive liability and toxic tort cases, as well as appeals. Benjamin has achieved successful outcomes for his clients before the Michigan Court of Appeals and has experience arguing many motions for summary disposition before the state district/circuit courts.


General & Automotive Liability


Wayne State University Law School
(J.D., 2016)

Central Michigan University
(B.A., 2012)


State Bar of Michigan


No Entitlement to Alternative Education: Michigan’s War on Suspended and Expelled Students without Disabilities,__J.L. Soc’y___(2016)


Appellate Division, State Bar of Michigan
Litigation Section, State Bar of Michigan
Pointe News Incorporated – Board of Directors – Secretary


Obtained a favorable jury-trial verdict in a first-party no-fault case. The plaintiff was injured while operating an uninsured motorcycle he had purchased on the same day of the accident. Though the title to the motorcycle never officially transferred into the plaintiff’s name, the plaintiff still possessed the motorcycle almost 2 years after the accident and had made some changes and repairs to it. He also intended to title, register, and insure it. The jury agreed with the defendant-insurer that the plaintiff had proprietary and possessory usage of the motorcycle; he had the right to use the motorcycle for over 30 days; and, as an owner, he was required to insure it. Therefore, the plaintiff was excluded from receiving no-fault benefits under MCL 500.3113. (September, 2019)

Drafted and argued toxic tort appeal in which the Michigan Court of Appeals reversed the grant of summary disposition to a mitigation company where the trial court upheld the validity of a release and found no duty of care was owed to the plaintiff in Carla Abraham v Farmers Ins Exch & US Disaster Services, LLC, No. 335353 (Mich. Ct. App. Aug. 21, 2018)

Drafted delayed application for leave to appeal in which the Michigan Court of Appeals peremptorily reversed the grant of summary disposition to a No-Fault insurer where the trial court upheld the validity of an anti-assignment clause in the insurance policy, denied the medical provider’s motion for leave to amend, and dismissed the medical provider’s No-Fault claim with prejudice in First National Rehab Inc v Liberty Mutual Ins Co, No. 344097 (Mich. Ct. App. Oct. 19, 2018).