"I've retained counsel all over the country that impressed me, but Adam is in a class all his own. On our first matter, facing a difficult set of facts Adam showed a level of knowledge and analysis which yielded a better result than I could ever imagine."
"We have retained Adam for title insurance matters over the past 18 years. Adam is very knowledgeable, creative and is able to resolve matters in a cost effective manner. He is a hard working. intelligent, and an ethical attorney who is an ardent representative of his clients. Clients are well represented with Adam as their attorney."
"Adam is an excellent attorney who has helped me with various complex legal issues over the years. He is trustworthy, detailed oriented and highly knowledgeable. Working with Adam has been wonderful!"
"Adam knows his craft well and has produced favorable results in disputes for my company. He knows the market, the law, the system, and has both a keen legal and business mind."
"Adam offers invaluable expertise, accuracy, and fearlessness to his clients and colleagues. I recommend him without reservation."
"Adam has represented my family and my business for 20 years and is an excellent attorney."
In 2020, Adam obtained a settlement in the amount of $975,000 against an insurance company that refused to defend and indemnify a building owner in a premises liability lawsuit.
In 2011, Adam defended a business in complex litigation involving unusually rare insurance law issues. He obtained complete dismissal of the multi-count lawsuit for his client.
In a case upheld on appeal, Kutinsky obtained complete dismissal of a multi-count lawsuit brought against a small business by a goliath financial services firm and recovered his client's attorney fees.
In 2017, as defense trial counsel to one of the largest public universities in the United States, Mr. Kutinsky successfully tried a high exposure case to verdict in the Michigan Court of Claims. At trial, the plaintiff claimed more than ten million dollars ($10,000,000) in economic damages, but received a verdict of zero dollars ($0) in economics.
In 2020, Kutinsky was hired by a local Municipality to handle an insurance bad faith situation. His involvement saved over $200,000 for his client and ended a 2 1/2 year dispute in a few months. In an address to the City Council, the City's Mayor described Kutinsky as the "game changer."
When a fraternal order of police was sued by an Insurance Company which refused to cover a wrongful death action, Kutinsky obtained complete dismissal of the lawsuit which was upheld on an appeal that resulted in a published Court of Appeals opinion.
Obtained a $550,000 Judgment against an insurance company that refused to pay for substantial storm damage to a nursing facility.