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The members of Plunkett Cooney’s Transportation Law Practice Group defend their clients in litigation filed in the state and federal courts in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. Their practice focuses on first party claims and third party motor vehicle claims, including all aspects of trucking liability.
The firm also represents regional and national insurance providers in Personal Injury Protection (PIP) claims and advises carrier clients during the claims stage, particularly when catastrophic claims are involved.
Plunkett Cooney's trucking liability attorneys represent motor carriers and commercial fleet owners in litigation directly and through insurance coverage, and they provide timely advice and counsel to their clients on the many regulatory issues impacting the trucking, transportation and insurance industries, including Canadian cross-border issues.
In addition, Plunkett Cooney attorneys provide emergency accident response throughout Michigan, ensuring legal assistance arrives on site quickly to establish the attorney-client privilege, to document the accident scene and to provide legal counsel to contract and fleet truck drivers, which is particularly crucial in catastrophic injury and death cases.
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