Tag Archives: Michigan

Michigan Appellate Court Rejects Insurer’s Late Notice Defenses

Regular readers know that I frequently write about insurance coverage disputes in which insurers contend that coverage is precluded due to the policyholders’ alleged late provision of notice. All too often, the policyholders end up without coverage as a result … Continue reading

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Michigan POLST Allows Unilateral Revocation by Health Professionals

Michigan enacted POLST legislation back in November 2017 that became effective in February 2018. Finally, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services released a proposed form and rules.   Notable features include"If a change in a patient's medical condition makes … Continue reading

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How to Enjoy Life After Your Michigan Divorce

Many people who get divorced are very much used to being married. They are used to having a partner to share their life with, and they are used to being in a relationship, rather than being alone. It makes sense … Continue reading

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How to Rebuild Your Credit After a Michigan Divorce

Getting a divorce can be financially costly. With court costs, filing fees and attorney’s fees, the expenses can add up quickly. These are in addition to any other financial issues you may be facing as a result of the divorce, … Continue reading

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Companies Behaving Badly Part 7: USA Gymnastics & Michigan State

As part of a weeklong series, the personal injury attorneys of Chicago’s Levin & Perconti have been highlighting the list of companies named by the American Association for Justice (AAJ) as having the “Worst Corporate Conduct of 2018.” These companies … Continue reading

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