L. Page Graves
L. Page Graves is a Partner of the firm. Mr. Graves is a native of Lansing, Michigan. He received his bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University and his law degree, cum laude from The Thomas M. Cooley Law School. While attending law school, Mr. Graves served as Assistant Editor of the Cooley Law School Law Review.
Mr. Graves focuses his practice on Michigan No-Fault Automobile Insurance Law, representing medical service providers and severely injured people in collecting unpaid and underpaid no-fault benefits. Mr. Graves has published several articles and text materials regarding subjects and issues prevalent in his personal injury and Michigan No-Fault Automobile Insurance Law practice. Mr. Graves has also been a featured speaker at law practice seminars on no-fault related topics. Mr. Graves was the first Adjunct Law Professor at The Thomas M. Cooley Law School to teach the subject matter of Michigan No-Fault Automobile Insurance Law. He taught night school classes from the fall of 2002 to the spring of 2005. Mr. Graves’ representation of clients has resulted in the publication of Michigan jurisprudence (Yono v MDOT, 306 Mich App 671 (2014); Hagerty v Manistee Co Rd Comm’r, 493 Mich 933 (2013); Jarrad v Integon Nat Ins Co, 472 Mich 1251 (2005); Griffith v State Farm Mut Auto Ins Co, 472 Mich 1020 (2004)). Mr. Graves has argued multiple personal injury related cases before the Michigan Court of Appeals and before the Michigan Supreme Court (See Yono v MDOT, dated January 16, 2014).
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