Using his extensive experience and knowledge in both No-Fault and workers’ compensation matters, Mr. Sesi provides advice and representation to insurance carriers regarding complex PIP and workers’ compensation issues. However, since joining the firm in 2002, Mr. Sesi’s experience has regularly extended to insurance coverage, health care, trucking and food, beverage and petroleum issues. He has handled claims for his clients, which include national insurance carriers, third party administrators, insurance captives, major hospital systems and Fortune 500 companies from the initial accident investigation, through trial, and on appeal involving personal injury in some of the most difficult venues in the country. Mark serves as chief outside counsel to a Fortune 100 company in Michigan.
Martindale-Hubbell Peer Rated for Strong Ethical Standards
Mr. Sesi is a frequent contributor to Kitch’s annual publication, the Michigan Legal Update.
Overview of Michigan Workers’ Compensation for Adjusters
Interplay Between Workers’ Compensation and No-Fault
Overview of Michigan Workers’ Compensation for Employers
2011 Amendments to The Michigan Workers’ Compensation Act
Non-Cooperation in Michigan Assigned Claim Plan Cases
Insights & News
September, 2018 - Recent Highlights, Special Publications, Legal Updates
No-Fault Insurance Defense September Kitch Report
May, 2018 - Recent Highlights, Legal Updates, Special Publications
Old Law, New Precedent: Court of Appeals Invalidates Non-Assignment Clauses and Clarifies the One-Year-Back Rule
April, 2018 - Recent Highlights
3 Kitch Leaders Speak at 2018 ICLE No-Fault Summit
Michigan Bar Association
Council member of the Workers' Compensation Section of the State of Michigan Bar Association
Claims and Litigation Management Alliance
Associated Food and Petroleum Dealers
Michigan Self-Insured Association
Central Michigan Adjusters Association
Michigan Restaurant Association
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