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Insurance Defense

Insurance defense has been central to Foster Swift for decades.  Our insurance defense attorneys gain valuable perspective from other lawyers in the firm practicing in other areas such as business, tax, real estate, environmental, probate and family law.

The types of complex cases we handle regularly include:

  • First-party, No-Fault
  • Third party, No-Fault
  • Premises liability
  • Complex insurance coverage litigation, including pollution remediation claims, asbestos claims, toxic tort claims and product liability claims

Foster Swift has an impressive track record in defending our clients in Michigan’s state and federal courts as well as before administrative agencies and other tribunals. Furthermore, if an appeal is necessary, our appellate attorneys are experienced in briefing and presenting our client’s case.

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  • Livestock Mortality Insurance—Battleground Areas for Legal Disputes and Options To Avoid Disputes, Emmett J. Vaughan Agribusiness Conference-Des Moines, IA, September 25, 2019
  • Fun on the Farm: Managing the Evolving Risks of Agritainment, Emmett J. Vaughan Agribusiness Conference-Des Moines, IA, September 24, 2019
  • Livestock Mortality Insurance—Battleground Areas for Legal Disputes and Options To Avoid Disputes, Emmett J. Vaughan Agribusiness Conference-Richmond, VA, June 19, 2019
  • Livestock Mortality Insurance—Battleground Areas for Legal Disputes and Options To Avoid Disputes, Emmett J. Vaughan Agribusiness Conference-Sacramento, CA, April 17, 2019
  • Equine Activity Liability Acts and the Courts—What You Need to Know, Emmett J. Vaughan Agribusiness Conference-Richmond, VA, April 16, 2019
  • Zoning and land uses: Regulation of small houses, Airbnb rentals, vacation rentals, backyard chickens and drones, MTA-UP North Summit, July 31, 2018
  • Annual Update of Michigan Law: Immunity and First Amendment Retaliation, HCC Public Risk Claim Service, Inc. Annual Seminar, September 18, 2014

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