Duty owed to condo co-owners by the condo association
- posted: Aug. 24, 2022
- BRM Attorneys,  Personal Injury,  Insurance Defense,  Troy Michigan Defense Firm,  Premises Liability Attorneys,  Personal Injury Defense Attorneys,  Legal Update,  Condominium Owners,  Possession and Control,  Duty in MichiganPremises Liability Cases
Do condominium associations owe their co-owners a duty? The Michigan Supreme Court may determine whether condominium associations owe a duty to co-owners Substantive changes are likely on the horizon in premises liability Read More
Is the Open and Obvious Doctrine Really that Obvious?
- posted: May 10, 2022
- BRM Attorneys,  BRM Shareholders,  Personal Injury,  Insurance Defense,  Troy Michigan Defense Firm,  Premises Liability Attorneys,  Personal Injury Defense Attorneys,  Legal Update
Substantive changes to the open and obvious doctrine in premises liability cases appear to be on the horizon. For decades, Michigan precedent held that premises possessors owe no duty to Read More
New Brand, Same BRM – How we started and where we’re going!
- posted: Apr. 07, 2022
- BRM Attorneys,  BRM Shareholders,  Personal Injury,  Michigan No Fault,  Insurance Defense,  Troy Michigan Defense Firm
On April 12, 2022, Bowen, Radabaugh & Milton celebrates 27 years of providing legal representation to its clients in Michigan, Ohio, and beyond. BRM was founded by experienced litigators and counselors, Read More
How Utilization Review Can Keep No-Fault Costs Down
- posted: Sep. 07, 2021
- Personal Injury,  Michigan No Fault,  Insurance Defense,  No Fault Reform
Michigan has a new auto insurance law in place that requires insurance companies to implement utilization review, which determines the medical necessity for treatment after a car accident. The new Read More