Nick is an associate attorney in the firm’s Insurance Coverage and Automotive and General Liability Practice Groups. His practice includes insurance coverage litigation as well as providing coverage opinions and advice to insurer clients. Nick’s practice also includes litigation of first and third party auto liability cases, including defense of commercial carriers, and general negligence, such as premises and construction liability. Before joining Collins Einhorn, Nick was an associate attorney at another defense firm where he handled motor vehicle litigation and premises liability matters.
Nick earned his Juris Doctor from Wayne State University Law School. Prior to that, Nick received his Bachelor of Arts in American Politics from Princeton University where he was a member of the varsity soccer team.
Nick was published in the Journal’s Winter 2022 Issue of Law in Society at Wayne State Law School for his Note entitled “Proposals to the Michigan Legislature Amending Qualified Immunity: Fundamental Flaws and Federal Reluctance Calls for Innovative State Action.”
Introduction At first glance, the no-fault reform legislation’s introduction of utilization reviews for no-fault medical claims signaled promising days ahead for insurers and providers. Insurers could avoid lengthy and costly litigation if it challenged the frequency of or indications for treatment. Providers could likewise challenge denials in an efficient manner through the same process. However,…