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Attorneys Matthew S. LaBeau, Christopher T. Lang, and Lynn B. Sholander Obtain Summary Disposition in Automobile Negligence Case with Catastrophic Injuries

Attorneys Matthew S. LaBeau, Christopher T. Lang, and Lynn B. Sholander obtained summary disposition in an automobile negligence claim where the Plaintiff sustained life-altering catastrophic injuries. Their clients, a local farm, and their employee were accused of negligently operating their tractor-trailer, and negligently maintaining the vehicle. The employee was driving 80,000 pounds of grain to…

Attorneys Lauren A. Frederick and Erin J. Rodenhouse obtained summary disposition on a plaintiff’s claim for vocational rehabilitation expenses in a PIP case

Attorneys Lauren A. Frederick and Erin J. Rodenhouse obtained summary disposition on a plaintiff’s claim for vocational rehabilitation expenses in a PIP case. Plaintiff claimed that his no-fault insurer was liable for his college tuition and book expenses because they constituted allowable expenses under the no-fault act. The no-fault insurer filed a motion for summary…

Collins Einhorn Welcomes Attorney Chanavia L. Smith to the Firm

Collins Einhorn Farrell PC is pleased to announce that attorney Chanavia L. Smith has joined the firm. Chanavia is a member of the firm’s General and Automotive Liability practice group. She focuses on first-and third-party automotive defense and other general liability matters. Chanavia received her Juris Doctorate from Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law…

Collins Einhorn Welcomes Attorney Laura A. Alton to the Firm

Collins Einhorn Farrell PC is pleased to announce that attorney Laura A. Alton has joined the firm. Laura is a member of the firm’s General and Automotive Liability practice group. Her practice focuses on first-and third-party automotive defense and other general liability matters. Laura’s experience includes no-fault and immigration law. Laura received her Juris Doctor…

Collins Einhorn Welcomes Attorney Daniel R. Latowski to the Firm

Collins Einhorn Farrell PC is pleased to announce that attorney Daniel R. Latowski has joined the firm. Daniel is an attorney in the area of General and Automotive Liability. His practice focuses on first-and third-party automotive defense and other general liability matters. Daniel has extensive research and investigative experience. He began his legal career as…

Lynn B. Sholander Named to Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s Up & Coming Lawyers Class of 2021

Collins Einhorn Farrell PC is pleased to announce that attorney Lynn B. Sholander has been included in Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s Up & Coming Lawyers class of 2021. Lynn was one of thirty honorees selected via committee based on criteria which include having established a name for themselves, going above and beyond, and displaying the ambition, drive, determination, and accomplishments that…

Matthew LaBeau’s Article “Michigan’s New No-Fault Fee Schedule for Fools (*Like Me)” Published in Michigan Defense Quarterly

Attorney Matthew LaBeau’s article, “Michigan’s New No-Fault Fee Schedule for Fools (*Like Me)” was recently published in the Michigan Defense Quarterly. The article discusses the fee schedule, and other limitations on no-fault benefits, that will go into effect in 2021. To stay informed on these changes, download Matthew’s article here: https://bit.ly/3lDlqC9

Collins Einhorn Farrell PC Celebrates 50 Years of Legal Excellence

Collins Einhorn Farrell PC, a civil defense litigation law firm based in Southfield, Michigan, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The firm will begin the commemoration of this milestone in April, the month in 1971 when Brian Einhorn joined Mort Collins, and they officially opened the doors of their new firm. Since that day, the firm…

Attorneys Matthew S. LaBeau and Lindsey Peck Obtain Summary Disposition in High Exposure Negligence Case

Attorneys Matthew S. LaBeau and Lindsey A. Peck obtained summary disposition in a negligence claim where plaintiff sustained life altering catastrophic injuries.  Their clients, an automobile manufacturer and distributor, were accused of not properly securing a parking lot where new vehicles were stored before shipment.  A former employee cut a hole in the fence surrounding…

Michael J. Cook Obtains Affirmance of Order Denying Relief Under MCL 600.2310 in Medical-Malpractice Action

In Kostadinovski v Harrington, the plaintiffs wanted to replace their original medical-malpractice claims, which they abandoned, with an entirely new theory. On remand from a prior appeal, the trial court ruled that the plaintiffs could not amend their notice of intent to sue to include the new claim. The Court of Appeals affirmed. Collins Einhorn…

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