My 38 years experience in employment law exceeds all other full time practitioners... more
My 38 years experience in employment law exceeds all other full time practitioners in the Flint area. I tried my first employment case in 1977 and have successfully litigated numerous employment issues at trial, arbitration, hearings and on appeals since then. AV and Super lawyer rated.
I grew up wanting to become a lawyer and never considered anything else. I do not... more
I grew up wanting to become a lawyer and never considered anything else. I do not regret that choice. I'm privileged to do what I love which is finding answers and solutions for my clients' problems. Sometimes the answer comes through lawsuits and litigation, but sometimes it comes in the form of good, sound legal advice. I'm married with five children, four teenage boys and one girl. W... view profile
I am a civil litigation attorney, concentrating in the following areas: Automobile... more
I am a civil litigation attorney, concentrating in the following areas: Automobile Negligence, Michigan No-Fault, Insurance Coverage, Employment Law, Premises Liability, Products Liability, Construction Accidents, Dram Shop Liability, and Contract Litigation.
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