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Attorney Cinnamon Rice Joins Zausmer, Kaufman, August, Caldwell & Tayler, P.C.
Rice has experience handling personal and commercial lines of business and a wide variety of litigation, including first and third-party auto, premises liability, construction, maritime, fraud and insurance coverage.
By: Mike Ingberg
Rice brings more than a decade of experience in civil litigation. Prior to joining ZKACT, she served as a senior trial attorney at Citizens Insurance Company of America, handling personal and commercial lines of business and a wide variety of litigation, including first and third-party auto, premises liability, construction, maritime, fraud and insurance coverage.
Rice possesses extensive trial practice while at Citizens and has tried numerous third-party auto negligence and first-party PIP and fraud actions to verdict. She also has experience appearing before the Michigan Court of Appeals.
The Eastern Michigan University and Thomas M. Cooley Law School alumna is currently a Hearing Panelist for the State Bar of Michigan Attorney Discipline Board. She is member of the State Bar of Michigan and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
“We are pleased to have Cinnamon on our team,” said ZKACT shareholder Mark Zausmer. “Her experience will enable her to hit the ground running and provide our clients with the service they have come to expect from our attorneys.”
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Founded in 1978, and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, with offices in Lansing, Michigan, Zausmer, Kaufman, August, Caldwell & Tayler PC provides a wide range of legal services to individuals, institutions and industries across the country. Among the firm’s practice areas General & Civil Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolutions, Appellate work, Class Action, Construction Law, Labor & Employment, Liability & Insurance Defense, Insurance Coverage & Fraud, Insurance Insolvency & Liquidation, Municipal Law, Product Liability, Real Estate, Securities Litigation and Transactional Law. For more information, please visit www.lawsite.com.