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Detroit Office

Elizabeth "Lily" Parker

EDUCATION
University of Michigan (M.F.A. 2014)

EXPERIENCE
Personal injury litigation, including Railroad Transportation, Nursing Home/Long Term Care
Preparation of pleadings, discovery, motions, affidavits and settlement documents
Preparation of medical histories and deposition summaries

Joseph J. McDonnell

Joseph (Jerry) McDonnell handles litigation in both federal and state courts and provides advice to clients on various aspects of railroad, transportation and logistics law.  He represents railroads in all aspects of personal injury litigation, including claims under the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA), occupational/repetitive stress actions, trespasser claims, grade crossing accidents, property damage claims, freight loss and damage claims, collection of freight charges, revising and interpreting agreements involving railroad real estate (including sidetracks, rights of way for pip

Mary Colette O'Donnell

Mary C. O’Donnell focuses her practice on commercial transportation litigation. She represents several railroad clients in rail accidents, personal injury, wrongful death, FELA and occupational/repetitive stress injuries, grade crossings, property damage, employment, eminent domain, and other commercial matters.  She has presented before the National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel (“NARTC”), The Association of American Railroads ("AAR"), as well as at Railroad Occupational Claims meetings.

Adam C. Zwicker

The primary focus of Adam's practice involves the defense of commercial transportation litigation.  Adam has specific experience representing members of the trucking industry in personal injury, property damage, and wrongful death claims arising from commercial motor vehicle accidents, and defending cargo claims under the Carmack Amendment. His experience also encompasses a wide range of general civil litigation, including first and third-party (PIP) auto accidents, premises liability, pharmacy malpractice, and claims involving insurance coverage and indemnity.

Jamie Lynn McCutcheon

A particular focus of Jamie McCutcheon's practice is first and third-party auto negligence and PIP litigation, including catastrophic PIP. She also has experience in insurance subrogation. Prior to joining Gallagher Sharp, Jamie served as House Counsel and on the Catastrophic/Large Loss Team for The Auto Club Group, where she gained extensive experience interacting with the MCCA.

Devon A. Juricny

Education
Oakland University, Rochester, MI (Paralegal Certification, 2014)
Oakland University, Rochester, MI (B.A., Political Science, 2012)

Experience
Insurance defense and personal injury litigation, including no fault auto negligence
Preparation of pleadings, motions, affidavits, and settlement documents
Complex research and discovery
Trial, hearing, and mediation preparation

 

 

Danielle M. Haberstroh

Danielle Haberstroh is a Partner, whose practice predominantly revolves around the insurance industry, including first and third-party auto negligence and PIP claims.  She defends insurers in fraud, bad faith, arson and water damage litigation, and counsels on coverage disputes and policy language. Her experience also includes commercial litigation, bankruptcy, and medical malpractice. Early in her career, Danielle served as in-house counsel for Michigan Basic Property Insurance Association and the Auto Club Insurance Association.

Elizabeth R. Reno

Beth Reno joined Gallagher Sharp in October of 2016. A focus of her practice is defending No-Fault auto negligence claims, including catastrophic PIP. She also defends businesses, insurance carriers and insureds against premises liability, construction indemnity, personal injury, property damage and wrongful death claims.

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