From your first contact with us, whether by phone or our response to your email, fax or letter, you will speak with Michigan insurance lawyer Barry M. Feldman - not a secretary, paralegal or associate attorney. And, from beginning to end of your matter, your contact and communication will be with him. He will be in charge of your matter from intake to conclusion and handling all significant events. This is one of the key points that sets us apart from other firms where you may get shuffled between attorneys and frequently deal with a paralegal or secretary. As a result, we maintain control, continuity and focus as your matter progresses, which in the final analysis promotes a positive result.
We are not a large Firm with significant layers of staff and administrative personnel for the client to deal with and work through. Instead, Michigan insurance attorney Barry M. Feldman will answer the client's questions or will have firsthand knowledge of your matter, specific information or whatever is being requested.
It is the "smallness" of the Firm that constitutes its strength and ability to responsibly work through the litigation process, from pre-suit due diligence, the discovery process and, if necessary, trial and appeal. This is our commitment to you. This is WHAT YOU GET.WHAT WE DO:
We deal with frustrated policy holders and frustrated insurance companies. Policy holders frequently make insurance claims and get denied by the very insurers upon whom they depend on to protect them from such risks. Insurance companies frequently complain that they are presented with claims that they did not insure. We have represented insurance industry clients in regulatory and non-regulatory matters since 1976. In addition to representing insurance agents on related errors and omissions coverage issues, Michigan insurance lawyer Barry M. Feldman has also represented insurance agents in licensing issues and related litigation in front of the Michigan Department of Insurance & Financial Services, and participated in the drafting and approval process of insurance policies.