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Insurance Law for Insurers

Caring for the Companies that Care for People

Thomas, DeGrood & Witenoff, PC, helps insurance companies keep their commitments to help others. 

Our firm understands the unique position the insurance company maintains in order to be able to support people and the things they hold dear under all different circumstances. 

Our attorneys work with insurance companies and insurers to provide general-counsel business-law support, but, also, to help when legal challenges arise:

  • Insurance defense
  • Bad-faith defense
  • Coverage opinions
  • Declaratory judgments
  • Subpoenas
  • Depositions
  • Examinations under oath
  • Claims investigations
  • State intervention
  • Employee benefits and ERISA

Our offices want to support insurance companies and professionals who need to protect their businesses.

Positioned for Security in an Unsure World

Thomas, DeGrood & Witenoff, PC, understands the risks insurers cover—not everything is guaranteed in this world, and the right kind of help often makes the difference between disaster and new opportunities. 

We know the insurance industry well and we are uniquely positioned to provide its legal services:

  • Creative analysis
  • Aggressive technique
  • Diligent and prompt reporting
  • Fully compliant with Insurance Industry billing systems

Our firm is a nominated member of the Council of Litigation Management, an alliance of law firms, insurance companies, and risk managers who believe in providing ethical billing for excellent services. 

Call 1-800-899-4664 or 1 248 353-4450 for insurance law services in metro Detroit.

About the Firm

Thomas, DeGrood & Witenoff, PC, represents professional clients in metro Detroit, Southeastern and lower Michigan who require close, consistent legal support for strong business performance.

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