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New No-Fault: Changes to Attendant Care
Changes in Michigan’s No-Fault auto insurance laws will take a heavy toll on the availability of family attendant care for the catastrophically injured. Come July 2, 2021, certain attendant care providers will be limited to 56 hours of paid work, an all too short amount of time to be paid for a victim who requires 24-hour care. Arthur Liss and Nick Andrews, Partners at the Liss, Seder & Andrews law firm, will highlight the ins-and-outs of the new attendant care landscape, and provide his recommendations on how to move forward.

Jan 29, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Nicholas S. Andrews
@Liss, Seder Andrews
Nick Andrews is a 1989 graduate of Michigan State University College of Law, where he served as Note & Comment Editor of the Detroit College of Law Review. He has received the highest attorney rating by Martindale-Hubbell and has handled over 70 jury trials in both State and Federal Courts. Andrews has lectured extensively in the areas of trial practice and automobile and insurance law. He is a member of the American Association for Justice, the Michigan Association for Justice, Oakland County Bar Association, and the Federal Bar Association Eastern District of Michigan Chapter. He serves on the Executive Board of the Michigan Association for Justice where he also serves as a member of the No-Fault Committee. He is also a past Chairperson of the Oakland County Bar Association’s Circuit Court Committee. He is admitted to practice in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
Arthur Liss
@Liss, Seder & Andrews
Arthur Liss has built his legal career over decades of work that is centered first and foremost upon helping people. Liss believes in taking on challenging, difficult-to-win cases that can involve years of complex litigation against well-financed insurance companies and their armies of attorneys—and understands that when the stakes are this high, every case needs to be successful. In a career that has spanned nearly 50 years, Liss has meant the difference for victims between having a life at home with their family and being forced to live a life in an institution. A 1972 graduate of Wayne State University Law School, Liss specializes in the area of no-fault insurance litigation and is a prominent plaintiff’s attorney in this specialty in the state of Michigan. Liss is a member of the American Association for Justice, the Michigan Association for Justice, and the Oakland County Bar Association and has served as the chair of the Oakland County Circuit Court Committee.