Court of Appeals Rules, Post-Covenant, that a No-Fault Carrier’s Alleged Waiver of Standing Defense Did Not Create Cause of Action for Provider
No-Fault Newsline 01/24/2018

In one of the COA’s few published decisions since Covenant Medical Center v State Farm Mut Ins Co, 500 Mich 191 (2017), the panel in VHS Huron Valley Sinai Hosp v Sentinel Ins Co, ___ Mich App ___ (2018) (Docket No. 328005) held that the provider did not have a cause of action, even though the Defendant did not specifically move for summary disposition based on the lack of standing. Sentinel was represented by Secrest Wardle in the trial court and on appeal.

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