Supreme Court: Claimant Injured While Removing Personal Effects from Back Seat Eligible for No-Fault Benefits
No-Fault Newsline 06/16/2017

In Kemp v Farm Bureau General Insurance Company of Michigan, ___ Mich ___ (June 15, 2017) (Docket No. 144579), the Michigan Supreme Court overturned both the trial court and the Court of Appeals. The case arose from a September 15, 2012 incident where Daniel Kemp was in the process of removing some...

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Secrest Wardle Partner Drew Broaddus Appointed to State Bar of Michigan Appellate Practice Section Council
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