John Hohmeier joined Scarfone & Geen, P.C. in 2012. Since joining the firm, Mr. Hohmeier has focused his practice on first- and third-party No Fault litigation. He was both Trial and Appellate Counsel in Dawoud v State Farm Mut Auto Ins, where the Court of Appeals issued a published opinion further clarifying the derivative nature of medical provider’s rights in the No Fault arena. Mr. Hohmeier’s current focus remains on the recent explosion of medical provider litigation against insurance carriers.
Mr. Hohmeier is also a recipient of the Golden Gavel Award given out by the Michigan Defense Trial Counsel in recognition of significant achievement within his area of practice, the community, and the advancement of young attorneys. Mr. Hohmeier obtained his Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. While at Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Mr. Hohmeier’s commentary on the interaction of emotion and brain chemistry with a person’s ability to recall veridical memories was published in the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review.
- Thomas M. Cooley Law School
- The Excited Utterance and Cortisol: Reality, Justice, and That Bumpy Road on the Search for Truth; Thomas M. Cooley Law Review – 27 T.M. Cooley L. Rev. 647.