Melinda A. Davis
Partner - Michigan Office
Office: (248) 203-2750
Fax: (248) 593-5808
“The forensic science aspect of subrogation is very interesting to me. I enjoy the fact that each loss is completely unique, often in unusual industries where counsel must be able to understand the process in order to understand what went wrong.”
Melinda Davis has been practicing law since 1994 with the last 15 years focused on complex, technical subrogation losses in the U.S., Mexico, Canada and Europe. As counsel for plaintiffs on losses ranging from fires and catastrophic power outages to chemical plant and energy losses, Ms. Davis brings diverse technical experience to large losses for varied property insurance carriers. Ms. Davis has significant experience in pursuing subrogation losses through divergent judicial systems in venues outside of the United States and is well versed in all aspects of litigation including trials and appeals. Her most recent trial in the U.S. resulted in a multi-million dollar jury verdict for a residential fire caused by the improper construction and insulation of a fireplace.
“I am an avid reader and world traveler and my last significant trip was hiking Machu Picchu over the Salkantay Pass in Peru last year. When I am not “on the road” for work or pleasure, I enjoy running, cooking, gardening and skiing.”
Education: University of Michigan (B.A., 1989); Michigan State University (M.A., 1991); Wayne State University (J.D., 1994).
Bar Association Memberships: State Bar of Michigan.
Admitted: 1994, Michigan.