Michael Abed represents large self-insured clients and insurance companies in a wide range of subrogation matters involving motor vehicle accidents, construction and workplace accidents, premises liability actions and general negligence. Michael works with his clients to examine the facts of a loss and develop a strategy for recovery, from assignment to completion.
Prior to joining White and Williams, Michael first served as a corporate officer and general counsel for a growing nutraceutical company located in southern California, reporting to a former member of the NSC. Upon graduating into litigation centric positions, he accumulated extensive experience in all aspects of both state and federal litigation across the United States taking cases to verdict in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and California.
Michael’s experience with both the defense and prosecutions of various claims, as well as his experience as a corporate officer give him a unique and comprehensive perspective of litigation, adding value to his work for his subrogation clients.
Bar and Court Admissions
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court for the Central District of California
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California
U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
Loyola Law School - Los Angeles, JD
University of California Irvine
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BLOGS & PODCASTS
- Workers’ Compensation Subrogation - Tales by the Water Cooler: Part Two – We Got a New Claim, Now What?12.19.23
Brett Tishler, Partner, and Michael Abed, Associate, are back to host the newest episode of Subro Sessions. This is the second of a two-part podcast series, entitled “Workers’ Compensation Subrogation - Tales by the Water Cooler: Part II– We Got a New Claim, Now What?” Brett and Michael are joined again by a surprise guest, Rob Caplan, Partner, to discuss a new workers’ compensation subrogation case. Rob talks about a new loss and gives a critical look into the specifics into the investigation, experts, and other factors to determine if there is potential for recovery.