Michigan Auto Law
As a litigation attorney at Michigan Auto Law, Alison focuses her practice on trying auto accident and No Fault (PIP) cases. In doing so, she’s gained extensive experience handling Medicare, Medicaid or ERISA issues that arise in No Fault litigation – which has resulted in her being regularly consulted on the subject.
Aside from her experience and impressive track record, one of the things that really sets Alison apart is her commitment to – and success at – being an effective, compassionate advocate both inside and outside of the courtroom.
Alison has shown herself to be a proven fighter with experience beyond her years. She’s litigated numerous cases before state and federal court juries. She and Michigan Auto Law partner Robert Raitt won a $4.6 million verdict in a traumatic brain injury case in Wayne County. She also secured a $1 million verdict for a semi-truck accident case involving an illegal turn.Alison is licensed in state and federal court. She also sits as a case evaluator in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties.Prior to working for Michigan Auto Law, Alison interned for (now Chief) Judge Denise Page Hood in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
Alison has been selected to the Michigan Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars list since 2012. Super Lawyers is a listing of outstanding attorneys who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The honor is limited to the top 5 percent of Michigan attorneys.
Alison was among the Top Women Attorneys in Michigan by Hour Detroit magazine and was also named in the “Top 40 Under 40” by the National Trial Lawyers Association. This is a professional organization comprised of America’s top young trial attorneys, those who exemplify superior qualifications, trial results and leadership as a lawyer under the age of 40.
Alison was named an “Up & Coming Lawyer” by Michigan Lawyers Weekly. The recognition is for “legal practitioners who are establishing a name for themselves, go above and beyond, and display the ambition, drive, determination and accomplishments that set them apart among their peers — in their first 10 years in practice,” according to the state’s largest legal newspaper.