Olsman Law 50th Anniversary Celebration

This year the Firm celebrates 50 years of proudly representing clients across Michigan 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.


Olsman Law 50th Anniversary Party

Take a moment to see some of the images taken during the Olsman MacKenzie Peacock & Wallace 50th Anniversary Celebration.


Best Practices in Determining Whether a Claim Sounds in Ordinary Negligence or Medical Malpractice

Best Practices in Determining Whether a Claim Sounds in Ordinary Negligence or Medical Malpractice by Donna MacKenzie and Jules Olsman Medical errors are now the third-leading cause of death in the United States. Medical malpractice tort reform in Michigan, however,…


Who’s Riding Motorcycles and Who’s at Risk?

Ridership Is Changing; Cause of Accidents … Not So Much Motorcycling is undergoing a profound transformation in the United States. First off, it’s exploded. The number of motorcycles in use topped 12 million in 2018, 2 million more than in…


World’s Tiniest Baby Ever to Survive, Goes Home

Science and technology has expanded the care that can be provided to premature infants. In San Diego, the world’s smallest baby, born at just 23 weeks gestation, went home after a five month NICU stay. Weighing just 8.6 ounces, she…


Donna MacKenzie Becomes President-Elect of the Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ).

Please join us in congratulating our partner at Olsman MacKenzie Peacock and Wallace Donna MacKenzie for becoming the President-Elect of the Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ). The Mission of the Michigan Association for Justice is to promote a fair and…


Study of Pregnancy and Childbirth

Science and investors in research should be committed to the study of pregnancy and safe childbirth. In representing mothers and babies injured by birth trauma, it is my mission to help women understand their pregnancies and ensure that we are improving…


Expectant Moms and Quality Care

When expectant moms have access to quality care, it makes a difference. New Georgetown study shows that maternal and infant mortality rates declined in states where Medicaid was expanded. https://ccf.georgetown.edu/2019/05/09/medicaid-expansion-fills-gaps-in-maternal-health-coverage-leading-to-healthier-mothers-and-babies/?fbclid=IwAR2kL1cvYKWbFYBdSSDKgUIj3b-ldhQgdLUWpmpBjbJ5Xb9mW6Uu5qwfTj4 Hospitals know how to protect expectant mothers. They just aren’t…


American Association for Justice Leadership Academy – 2018 Membership & Awards Luncheon

Emily Grace Thomas was recognized at the 2018 Membership & Awards Luncheon for completing the American Association for Justice’s Leadership Academy. The Leadership Academy provides training to highly qualified and talented members to help make them more effective leaders in AAJ,…


Emily Thomas Presents at the New Jersey for Justice Boardwalk Seminar

Emily Grace Thomas had the pleasure of speaking on the HITECH Act and Electronic Medical Records at the New Jersey Association for Justice Boardwalk Seminar in Atlantic City on May 9, 2019. As a reminder, patients are entitled to an electronic…