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For decades, Plunkett Cooney has been a go-to law firm for trucking companies, rental car agencies, commercial fleet owners and motor vehicle insurance providers for litigation defense services.
The firm's Transportation Law Practice Group consists of experienced trial attorneys focused on resolving complex motor vehicle claims involving personal injuries and property damage, often with multi-million-dollar demand amounts. Plunkett Cooney's nine offices in Michigan and one centralized office each in Indiana and Ohio allow the firm's attorneys to respond quickly to accident scenes and to represent their clients in litigation efficiently, regardless of jurisdiction.
The firm provides counsel and representation for motor vehicle liability claims, no-fault insurance coverage disputes and cases involving trucking liability, including lost or damage cargo, insurance coverage, personal injury and property damage.
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