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Kareem Johnson responded fast after I originally contacted him. Throughout my case he kept me informed and advocated my... more
Detroit  Kareem Lamount Johnson

Kareem Johnson

Detroit, MI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.3
Enough good can not be said for meticulous, professional and aggressive manner in which Nicole handled an apposing... more
Detroit  Nicole Marie Childers

Nicole Childers

Detroit, MI Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 5.8
Mr. Metzen is an excellent bankruptcy lawyer, he explain the entire process to me and was with me all the way through... more
Detroit  Walter A. Metzen

Walter Metzen

Detroit, MI Bankruptcy / Chapter 7
Avvo rating 10.0
I just started working with Matt, but he made me feel comfortable discussing sensitive material. He is professional and... more
Detroit  Matthew Clark

Matthew Clark

Detroit, MI Employment / Labor
Avvo rating 7.5
This attorney did more damage than provide assistance. She filed a seemingly well thought out reply to complaint... more
Detroit  Joanne Zalud-Crawford

Joanne Zalud-Crawford

Babylon, NY Real Estate
Avvo rating No concern
NOS COBRO COMO SI SUPIERA LO QUE ESTABA HACIENDO y SOLO COMPLICO MAS LAS COSAS. No creo que sabe nada de leyes, y no... more
Detroit  Michael Boakye-Danquah

Michael Boakye-Danquah

Dunwoody, GA Immigration
Avvo rating No concern
Let's face it. Divorce can be a worst experience of your life. My case is very frustrating, but he listens it very... more
Detroit  Charles Foster Malloy

Charles Malloy

Dallas, TX Administrative Law
Avvo rating 6.7
Mr. Carter is a very good attorney. He kept me informed about everything and I was able to get a hold of him whenever I... more
Detroit  Daragh John Carter

Daragh Carter

Houston, TX Personal Injury
Avvo rating 9.9

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practicing lawyers in Detroit

Hosting such manufacturers as Ford, Dodge, Packard, and Chrysler, Detroit became the automotive capital of the world by the early 20th century.

During World War II, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt referred to Detroit as “The Arsenal of Democracy” for its unprecedented contribution to the war effort in the form of weapons and vehicles of war.