Res Ipsa Loquitur May Apply in Medical Malpractice Cases When a Patient is Unconscious, Even With Multiple Defendants
Vital Signs 06/12/2017

In a recent unpublished decision, the Court of Appeals reviewed the trial court’s granting of defendant South Oakland Anesthesia Associates’ motion for summary disposition, which effectively dismissed plaintiff’s medical malpractice claims against multiple defendants for nerve damage...

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Secrest Wardle Partner, Mark C. Vanneste, Revises A.M. Best’s Digest of Insurance Law – Michigan
In the News 09/11/2017

Congratulations to Secrest Wardle’s 2017 Michigan Super Lawyers Designees
In The News 09/06/2017

Congratulations to Secrest Wardle’s 2017 Michigan Rising Stars Designees
In The News 09/06/2017

Secrest Wardle Attorney Serves as Panelist for A.M. Best Webinar, "Reptile Hunters: Insurers’ Defense Counsel Responds to Next Wave Plaintiff Strategies"
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Secrest Wardle Sponsors 27th Annual Grand Rapids Puddle Blue Goose Golf Outing
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