|MI||Active And In Good Standing||2007||05/14/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Michigan Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers||2014|
|Top 5 under 35 Award||Ingham County Bar Association||2013|
|Michigan Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers||2013|
|Winner of MI State Bar Neg Sec 2007 Law School Writing Comp||Michigan State Bar Negligence Section||2007|
|Adjunct Professor||Michigan State University College Of Law||2015 - Present|
|Shareholder||Sinas Dramis Brake Boughton & McIntyre, PC||2007 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Ingham County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section||Board Member||2013 - Present|
|State Bar of Michigan||Character & Fitness District E Committee Member||2013 - Present|
|Michigan Association for Justice||People's Law School Committee Chairman||2013 - Present|
|Michigan Association for Justice||Executive Board Member||2010 - Present|
|Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN)||Member||N/A|
|Admire v Auto Owners Insurance Company||Decided by the Michigan Supreme Court|
|Price v High Pointe Oil Company||Decided by the Michigan Supreme Court|
|Bletz v Gribble, et al||Settlement - $3,000,000|
|See all legal cases|
|Michigan Association for Justice Quarterly||Moody v Home-Owners: What Does This Case Mean for Medical Providers?||2014|
|The New Citizen Press||Michigan's Auto No-Fault Law: Understand Your Rights Before They May Change||2014|
|Thomas M. Cooley Law Review||"Deciphering Two Related Concepts: No-Fault PIP Causation Law and the Decision in Griffith v State Farm"||2010|
|Michigan Association for Justice November 2009 Advance Sheet||"Fischer v Blakenship & the Seriousness of Permenant Disfigurement||2009|
|State Bar of Michigan, Negligence Law Section Quarterly||The Legal Rights of Michigan Citizens Have Been Limited by Recent Decision of the Michigan Supreme Court||2007|
|No-Fault Red Book Online (NFRBO)||No-Fault Red Book Online (NFRBO)||N/A|
|Wayne State University Law School||Law||Juris Doctor||2007|
|Universiy of Michigan||Double Major - Economics & English Literature||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2004|
|Michigan Association for Justice Rapid Fire Seminar||3rd Party Auto Threshold Update||2015|
|ICLE No-Fault Summit 2015||Damages in PIP cases: The Reasonable Charge Requirement||2015|
|People's Law School - East Lansing||The Affordable Care Act and its Implications||2014|
|On-Demand Webinar (Panelist)||Auto No-Fault First-Party Update||2014|
|Admire Workshop III (CPAN)||Allowable Expense Benefits: Understanding Section 3107(1)(a)||2014|
|Supreme Summer Seminar||Admire v Auto-Owners||2013|
|Supreme Court Seminar||Price v High-Pointe Oil Company||2013|
|People's Law School - East Lansing||Health Care Law Basics and the Affordable Care Act||2013|
|On Demand Seminars||First-Party No-Fault Update 2013||2013|
|No-Fault Institute X||Affordable Care Act Basics for Auto No-Fault Attorneys||2013|
|Intersection: The Michigan No-Fault Law & The Federal Affordable Care Act||Tort Liens & Subrogation||2013|
|CPAN Admire Workshop||Beyond Admire: Recent Court of Appeals Cases Regarding the Everyday Livings Needs of the Catastrophically Injured||2013|
|People's Law School - Lansing||Constitutional Law & Civil Rights Litigation||2012|
|No-Fault Institute||Johnson v Recca||2012|
|Upper Michigan Legal Institute||No-Fault Law Update||2011|
|Michigan Association for Justice Seminar in the Snow||No-Fault PIP Causation Law||2011|
|No-Fault Institute||No-Fault PIP Causation Jury Instructions||2010|
Posted by Robert
Stephen Sinas came as a recommendation by my family's case manager; highly recommended at that. We've had--unfortunately--unpleasant and horrible experiences with prior attorneys, and thus, were skeptical.
However, since our case manager was fantastic, we took their advice and recommendation and sought out Stephen Sinas. Some skeptics may go by his young appearance, but that is simply not the case.
Mr. Sinas is a real attorney. One that will, and does, fight for his clients and goes the extra mile. He's extremely thorough and does not only do the job as your legal counsel but doesn't make you jump through hoops. He knows the No-Fault Auto law in Michigan well and he definitely does battle against the big name insurance companies.
You're not strung along, waiting for an answer or playing phone tag (while your bill is racking up) like other attorneys. There is no other legal counsel representative you could ask for. Simply put (and biased, by my fantastic experience) he is the best at what he does. He gets the job done and he helps the people.
I highly recommend Mr. Sinas to anyone and everyone in Michigan that needs help.
Posted by Karyn
Steve was outstanding with our headache of a case. He fought passionately for our daughter's needs against AllState. Unfortunately, we'll need him again thanks to how the system works but we look forward to it, knowing he'll make sure she gets what she needs.
The staff was amazing and treated us like family. They all truly care about you and your needs. Highly recommend Steve & his firm if you ever find yourself in need of an attorney.
Posted by Steve
We met and hired Steve Sinas a few days after a fatal car crash changed our lives. From beginning to end, Steve was outstanding. He explained the process to us in the hospital, in our home and ultimately when I was able to go to his office. He not only represented us well, but cared about our concerns. He fought relentlessly for us with the insurance companies through to an acceptable outcome. We are now a year out since the crash, we could not have done this without Steve and his wonderful staff standing by our side. I encourage my friends to call Steve if ever forced into the world of auto no-fault.