McCray Law Office PLLC

Douglas McCray


McCray Law Office PLLC

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Doug McCray has been practicing law for over 22 years, and has spent most of that time suing insurance companies. He has turned hundreds of denials and ignored claims into millions of dollars for his clients. Several of his victories have resulted in important opinions by Michigan courts, including:

º McNeel v. Farm Bureau (regarding "lack of occupancy" and vacancy coverage defenses);

º Johnson v. State Farm (regarding the limitation period); and

º Smith v. State Farm (regarding to a policyholder's right to have the amount and scope of his or her loss decided by a neutral appraisal panel, rather than the insurance company).

Since 2012, he has run McCray Law Office. Unlike many firms, McCray Law Office exclusively represents property owners, never the insurance company.??

Areas of Law and Practice

Areas of Law Areas of Practice
Insurance Casualty Insurance, Commercial Insurance, Commercial Property Insurance, Fire Insurance, Fire Loss, First Party Insurance, Indemnity, Insurance Agents and Brokers Errors and Omissions, Insurance Arbitration, Insurance Bad Faith, Insurance Collection, Insurance Contracts, Insurance Coverage, Insurance Fraud, Insurance Litigation, Insurance Mediation, Insurance Recovery, Property Damage, Property Insurance, Property Insurance Coverage, Property Loss, Risk Management


  • Federal
  • Michigan

Employment History

  • Principal | McCray Law Office PLLC

    2012 -


  • J.D. | Wayne State University Law School

    1993 - 1996

    Doug began attending the Wayne State University Law School in 1992, while working full time in a biotechnology laboratory. At WSU, he served as a Note and Comment Editor for the Wayne Law Review and was awarded the Ira J. Spoon Award (for outstanding writing on a land use topic). After graduating, Doug earned the second highest score in Michigan on the July 1996 Multistate Bar Exam.

  • M.S. Biology/Biochemistry | Oakland University

    1987 - 1989

    Conducted biological/biochemical research relating to hormonal disorders in research for thesis. Applied scientific method to define steroid hormone/receptor behavior.

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  • Brighton, Michigan, Livingston County

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