“It’s important to advocate for people who are faced with the adversity of a big corporation or insurance company — sometimes even their own — dictating to them the value of their health and wellness. Too often, people injured in motor vehicle accidents are told that their health and wellness really aren’t worth all that much, and that they’re not entitled to the full amount of coverage the insurance companies collected premiums on for months or even years. When that happens, it’s my job to apply the law and tell those people’s stories.” – Ted Larkin

Ted M. Larkin

Ted represents people who are injured due to the negligence or intentional acts of others.  He represents people against corporations, government and other entities who fail to exercise reasonable control over their agents and employees.  And he represents people who are injured in motor vehicle accidents but unlawfully denied no-fault benefits by their own or another insurance company—effectively preventing them from obtaining medical care so often critical to their recovery.

Ted is a top-level writer and speaker who knows how to maximize the value of his clients’ cases both in briefing and in the courtroom.  While in law school, Ted received the Jurisprudence Achievement Award (denoting a class rank of one) in one of his Constitutional Law courses, the grade for which was based on the paper he submitted in satisfaction of the Michigan State University College of Law’s Upper Level Writing Requirement: the largest single assignment prerequisite to graduation.

For two years prior to graduation, Ted clerked at the Sinas Dramis Law Firm, during which time he developed a passion for advocating on behalf of injured people—ever the underdogs in the pursuit of adequate compensation for what’s been taken from them.

After graduation, Ted became an attorney at Sinas Dramis, and in addition to litigating, he serves as an author and editor of AutoNoFaultLaw.com: the digital evolution of the acclaimed “No-Fault Red Books” published by the Michigan Trial Lawyers Association from 1988 to 2003. The authors of AutoNoFaultLaw.com summarize all published and unpublished appellate decisions that deal with the Michigan No-Fault Insurance Act, then database and index the summaries on the website for the benefit of the public and fellow practitioners.

Ted and Mike Larkin
Ted and Mike Larkin

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Email: TedLarkin@sinasdramis.com
Phone: 517-394-7500
Toll Free: 866-758-0031


  • B.A., Michigan State University, 2016
  • J.D., Michigan State University, 2020


  • Michigan 2023

Professional Associations

Awards and Recognition

  • Jurisprudence Achievement Award: Topics In Constitutional Law, Michigan State University College of Law, Fall 2018