Veronica G. Prange

Veronica G. Prange

Veronica G. Prange


Veronica G. Prange


Veronica focuses her practice on defense litigation for the firm’s General and Automotive Liability Practice Group. Her practice includes a wide array of general liability matters. Veronica has developed specific subject matter expertise that has allowed her to advise and represent clients with regard to the post-reform application of the No-Fault Act.  Veronica has provided valuable service to her clients in pre and post suit matters involving diverse personal injuries and wrongful death claims.

During law school, Veronica worked as a Judicial Intern at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. She was the President of the St. Thomas More Society before returning to the United States District Court her final year as a member of the inaugural class of the Pro Se Legal Assistance Clinic.


  • University of Detroit Mercy School of Law (J.D. 2018)
  • University of Michigan (B.A. in Political Science 2014)
  • State Bar of Michigan
Community Involvement

Veronica volunteers her time at the Ferndale Catfe working with abandoned cats.

  • Book Award and CALI Award for highest grade in Applied Legal Theory and Analysis, Fall 2015
  • Book Award for highest grade in Advanced Legal Research, Summer 2016, 
  • Book Award for the highest grade in the Federal Pro Se Legal Assistance Clinic, Winter 2018 
  • Hon. Lawrence Paul Zatkofff Endowed Scholarship recipient, Winter 2018
Prominent Outcomes

Successfully argued a motion for summary disposition in a declaratory action suit filed on her client’s behalf regarding a priority dispute amongst competing insurers. (August 2021)

Successfully argued a motion for summary disposition of a plaintiff’s third-party damages claims after successfully obtaining plaintiff’s agreement to set aside a default entered against her client. (December 2021)

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