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Collins Einhorn Attorneys Successfully Defend Premises-Liability Case for Detroit Restaurant.

Collins Einhorn attorneys recently prevailed on behalf of client, a Detroit restaurant, who was the defendant in a premises liability case. Plaintiff was attending a private party at the restaurant when a speaker fell and struck plaintiff. In the trial court, attorneys Melissa E. Graves and Jeffrey R. Hicks argued that plaintiff’s premises-liability claim failed since there was no…

Attorney Charles W. Wojno Obtains No-Cause Verdict in Wayne County Circut Court

Collins Einhorn attorney Chuck Wojno obtained a No-Cause Verdict in the Wayne County Circut Court, the Honorable John A. Murphy presiding. Using his 26-years of litigation experience, he successfully defended a semi-truck driver in a jury trial that lasted three weeks. The plaintiff claimed the semi-truck driver was negligent in causing the accident on Interstate…

Lauren A. Frederick and Benjamin A. Demsky Obtain Defense Verdict in First-Party No-Fault Case

Lauren A. Frederick and Benjamin A. Demsky obtain a favorable jury-trial verdict in a first-party no-fault case in the Washtenaw County Circuit Court, the Honorable Carol Kuhnke presiding. The plaintiff was seeking over $375,000 in no-fault benefits, interest, and attorneys’ fees. The plaintiff was injured while operating an uninsured motorcycle he had purchased on the…

Kari L. Melkonian and Fawzeih H. Daher Obtain Summary Disposition in Wayne County Circuit Court

Attorneys Kari L. Melkonian and Fawzeih H. Daher obtain summary disposition in Wayne County Circuit Court on behalf of an insurance company in a claim arising out of an alleged violation of special titling requirements set forth in the Motor Vehicle Code. The plaintiff purchased a used vehicle as-is from a dealership. The dealership obtained…

Kari L. Melkonian and Michael A. Mezey Obtain Summary Disposition on Behalf of a Premises Owner in a Negligence Case in Oakland County Circuit Court

Attorneys Kari L. Melkonian and Michael A. Mezey obtained summary disposition on behalf of a premises owner in a negligence case in Oakland County Circuit Court. Defendants argued that the three-year statute of limitations had expired at the time the complaint was filed. Plaintiff’s alleged date of injury was contradicted by his medical records. The…

Kevin Moloughney and Ashley Dickey Obtain No-Cause Verdict Issued in Favor of Trucking Company and its Driver

Kevin P. Moloughney and Ashley S. Dickey obtained a no cause verdict in a third-party automobile negligence action in the Macomb County Circuit Court, the Honorable Edward Servitto presiding. The jury determined that Plaintiff’s injury did not result in a serious impairment of body function. The Plaintiff contended that she suffered injuries to her head,…

David Anderson, Trent Collier, and Fawzeih Daher Obtain Dismissal of Appeal for Client and 12 Other Defendants.

Attorneys David Anderson, Trent Collier, and Fawzeih Daher obtained dismissal of an appeal for lack of jurisdiction on behalf of our client (a national financial services firm) and 12 other defendants in a case involving allegations of improper accounting. The plaintiff filed suit against 13 defendants in the Probate Court. One by one, the Probate…

Attorneys David Anderson and Trent Collier obtain summary disposition in Oakland County Circuit Court

Attorneys David Anderson and Trent Collier obtained summary disposition on behalf of a wholesale surplus lines insurance broker in Oakland County Circuit Court. Plaintiff claimed that the broker negligently failed to procure a commercial auto insurance policy for him after the insurer denied coverage. In its 14-page opinion, the Court found that Anderson and Collier…

Attorneys Ashley Dickey and Kari Melkonian obtain summary disposition in Oakland County Circuit Court

Attorneys Ashley Dickey and Kari Melkonian won summary disposition in favor of an apartment complex and a management company in a slip-and-fall case. The court dismissed the plaintiff’s common-law and statutory premises-liability claims. It held that the premises-liability claim was barred under the open-and-obvious doctrine and that there was no breach of a statutory duty….

David Anderson and Trent Collier successfully defend multi-million-dollar lawsuit against supplier.

David Anderson and Trent Collier successfully defended a supplier in a multi-million-dollar lawsuit under the Uniform Commercial Code. The plaintiff sold tarpaulins for semi-trucks and used the supplier’s laminate to coat the tarpaulins. The plaintiff claimed that the laminate didn’t work and sought millions of dollars in damages. David and Trent obtained an order granting…

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