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We Help Clients and Their Families Recover from Those Responsible for Causing Injury.

Instead of accepting responsibility, defendants and their insurance companies hire top lawyers to deny fault, avoid liability, and prolong case resolution. They may even blame you, the injured person. Paying damages quickly is usually not in their interest.

INSURANCE COMPANIES HAVE GOOD LAWYERS – SO SHOULD YOU

As Michigan personal injury lawyers, we represent clients who have been injured, and the families of those who have been killed, as a result of car, truck, and motorcycle accidents, other accidents, nursing home negligence, pedestrian accidents, defective products, medical malpractice, premises liability, dog bites, workplace injuries, and police brutality. We also represent those harmed by employment discrimination and harassment, financial scams, and financial professional malpractice, as well as those who have been improperly denied social security benefits. Our practice covers the State of Michigan, and we frequently represent clients in Detroit.

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Since 1969, when our firm was founded, we have taken on defendants, their insurance companies, and their lawyers. We have successfully recovered millions for our clients. With an average of more than 15 years of legal experience each, our attorneys are well-suited to help you.

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Once we have an opportunity to learn about your case, we will explain your options to you. If we agree to pursue your case, we will do so on a contingency fee basis. This means that you will not owe us any attorney fees unless you win.

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MICHIGAN PERSONAL INJURY BLOG

Adults Are Key to Preventing Playground Injuries

Adult Supervision Is the Number One Way to Prevent Playground Injuries Seventy-five percent of playground injuries take place on public playgrounds. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), at least 200,000 children age 14 or younger are treated in emergency rooms each year…