Jason C. Proctor is an associate attorney in Segal McCambridge’s Detroit office where his practice focuses on First and Third-Party Michigan No-Fault, negligence, insurance coverage, workers compensation and premises liability matters. Prior to joining Segal McCambridge, Mr. Proctor was a Senior Associate attorney at a firm in Mt. Clemens, Michigan. While there, he managed complex and high volume insurance defense matters, including First and Third-Party Auto, Michigan Assigned Claims, catastrophic claims, and workers compensation actions.
Mr. Proctor received his law degree from Wayne State University Law School in Detroit. While in law school, he was a recipient of the Pro Bono Award and was a member of the TYLA National Mock Trial Team, the Student Trial Advocacy Program and the Business Law Society. He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Wayne State, graduating summa cum laude. As an undergrad, he received the Emerging Leader Award and was a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honor Society, the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the Golden Key Honor Society.
Mr. Proctor is licensed to practice in the State of Michigan and is a member of the American Bar Association, the Macomb County Bar Association, and the State Bar of Michigan.
Mr. Proctor is also active in the Detroit community and specifically enjoys his involvement with youth sports programs.
Professional & Civic Involvement
- Young Lawyers Section, State Bar of Michigan
- Insurance and Indemnity Law Section, State Bar of Michigan
- Litigation Section, State Bar of Michigan
- Negligence Law Section, State Bar of Michigan
- Workers’ Compensation Law Section, State Bar of Michigan
- Successfully argued and obtained summary disposition on issue a Plaintiff’s lack of threshold injury under MCL 500.3135
- Obtained summary disposition on issue of MCL 500.3112, where provider filed suit for benefits released by the underlying insurance claimant
- Obtained jury verdict approximately 50% of the case evaluation award and significantly less than Plaintiff’s last demand
- Obtained summary disposition by arguing client auto auction was not liable for Plaintiff’s claimed $750,000.00 in damages, where Plaintiff stepped in front of auctioned vehicle
- Obtained summary disposition on issue of MCL 500.3112 and res judicata where provider filed suit for approximately $100,000.00 in benefits released by the underlying insurance claimant
Wayne State University Law School, J.D. (2014)
Wayne State University, B.S., Business Administration, summa cum laude (2011)
- Michigan, 2014
- U.S. District Court for Eastern District of Michigan, 2018
- U.S. District Court for Western District of Michigan, 2018