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In an April 29 Crain’s Detroit Business article—“DMC exec challenges auto insurers to cuts”—Chad Livengood reported on Conrad Mallett’s proposed ideas for auto insurance reform that he presented at a recent Citizen Detroit forum on the topic. While I was intrigued by what was written in the article, I was also a bit perplexed by...
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Southfield, Mich. —March 22, 2018— A. Vince Colella, a civil rights and personal injury attorney at Moss & Colella, P.C., say the recent incident where a pedestrian in Arizona was killed after being hit by an autonomous Uber vehicle has sparked conversation in Michigan about how individuals here would be legally protected in a similar...
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Southfield, Mich. —March 1, 2018— A. Vince Colella, a civil rights and personal injury attorney at Moss & Colella, P.C., has spent years seeking to ease the far-reaching protections offered to employees and entities covered by government immunity. With proposed Michigan Senate Bill SB-0877, introduced on Feb. 27 and seeking to eliminate government immunity protections...
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Brian Dickerson of the Detroit Free Press recently wrote an op-ed that explored the role government immunity plays in denying liability and responsibility for government employees whose poor decision making has caused harm. (Who pays when the government screws up? 2/4/18). It’s an interesting read, as Dickerson looks at the historical background that spawned the...
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If you live in Michigan or another cold weather state but still love to be outdoors, it’s hard to ignore the allure of fun activities like skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling and other outdoor recreational options. While they do carry an element risk, these activities can generally be safely enjoyed by sober participants obeying written and common...
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When someone enters your property, they have a reasonable expectation of not getting injured. This means that you, as a property owner (or non-owner resident), are responsible for maintaining a relatively safe environment. This is known as “premises liability.” For example, a courier delivering a package may sue you for injuries if he slips and...
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Authorities are investigating whether a deadly police shooting in Wichita stemmed from someone making up a false report to get a SWAT team to descend upon a home in a prank common in the online gaming industry known as “swatting.” Deputy Police Chief Troy Livingston said the shooting happened Thursday while an officer was responding...
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‘Being a member of the legal profession brings with it both privilege and responsibility’ Media contact: Barbara Fornasiero, EAFocus Communications, 248.260.8466; barbara@eafocus.com Southfield, Mich. —Nov. 27, 2017— It’s proving to be a banner year for attorney David. M. Moss, founding partner of Moss & Colella, P.C., a law firm representing clients in the areas of...
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Moss & Colella is celebrating a milestone anniversary. “With my senior partner and firm co-founder, David Moss, we have built a personal injury firm that has endured for 20 years. During our time in practice, our firm has secured over $100 million in verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients and has grown to...
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Court of Appeals opinion stands; gross negligence lawsuit against Michigan public school teacher may proceed to a jury trial Southfield, Mich. —Nov. 2, 2017— A. Vince Colella, a civil rights and personal injury attorney at Moss & Colella, P.C., announced the Michigan Supreme Court has declined to grant governmental immunity to a Mid-Michigan public school...
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Let’s change the laws on government immunity
February 16, 2018
Winter recreational activities abound, but be aware of the surprising, hidden dangers
January 15, 2018
Premises Liability: Who Is Responsible?
December 30, 2017
Deadly Police Shooting May Have Been Result of Online Gaming Prank
December 30, 2017

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