I am a Detroit, Michigan-area attorney that specializes in representing employees and individuals who have not received fair treatment or the benefits and compensation they were promised.
I have over ten years of experience representing individuals in this capacity. I previously worked as an employment and labor defense attorney and in human resources management. As such, I am well aware how employers and administrators view the claims of my clients. I believe this gives me a unique edge over attorneys without such experience.
I graduated from Wayne State University law School with honors, and much of my coursework was concentrated in the very area of law I practice today. I have chosen to focus my practice upon disability, compensation and benefits law because employers, the government and insurers often forget that their employees and plan participants are real people in favor of attempting to preserve the bottom line.
This is a specialty area that requires focus, intense study, and a dedicated practice, and I prefer to excel in a specific practice area rather than being a jack of all trades. I may be biased, but I believe you are best served taking your claims to an attorney that specializes in these types of matters.
J.D. cum laude, Wayne State University Law School, 2005
M.A. Wayne State University, 2000
B.A. Wayne State University, 1998
State of Michigan
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan
Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals
State Bar of Michigan,
Sections of Labor & Employment Law, Litigation,
Social Security Law and Workers Compensation Law
American Bar Association,
Sections of Labor & Employment Law (Employee Benefits Subcommittee),
Litigation, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice
(Health and Disability Insurance, & Workers Compensation & Employee Liability Law Subcommittees)
Michigan Association for Justice
National Employment Lawyers Association
National Organization of Social Security Claims Representatives