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Michigan auto lawyer Robert Raitt on claims adjuster rules

Robert Raitt will speak at ICLE’s annual No-Fault Summit about common pitfalls from the plaintiff’s perspective when adjusting a No-Fault PIP claim

No-Fault Summit Claims Adjusters

Today, Michigan Auto Law trial attorney and partner Robert Raitt will be a presenter and moderator for the second day of the Institute of Continuing Legal Education’s 4th Annual No-Fault Summit. He’ll be one of two speakers during the “Ultimate Rules for Adjusters” discussion, as part of the summit’s “Claims Track” section that he’ll be moderating.

Attorney Robert Raitt

The No-Fault Summit, at The Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, is geared toward No-Fault law litigators on both the plaintiff’s and defense side. It features sessions on uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage, how to navigate the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association, proving serious impairment, and new developments in PIP claims. For more information, or to register for the No-Fault Summit, click here.

At Bobby’s “Ultimate Rules for Adjusters” presentation, he’ll be providing advice and insight — from the plaintiff’s perspective — on common pitfalls an auto accident attorney faces when adjusting a first-party No-Fault claim.

He’ll be touching upon:

On the defense side, John B. Geen of Scarfone & Geen PC will be offering his own “Ultimate Rules for Adjusters.”

Raitt is an automobile accident attorney of 25 years’ experience. He is also a past president of the Michigan Association for Justice. He is a respected advocate who has recovered some of the top verdicts and settlements in the state for his clients, including the top reported negligence jury verdict in the state last year.

This entry was tagged Tags: Bahri v. IDS, PIP benefits, Serious impairment of body function, underinsured motorist coverage, Uninsured Motorist Coverage
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