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Milano, MI 20123

Personal Injury Law

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A personal injury lawyer has numerous responsibilities in serving his or her clients. These responsibilities encompass both professional and ethical rules and codes of conduct set forth by state bar associations where the lawyers are licensed. Once licensed to practice law by their state bar association, lawyers are legally permitted to file legal complaints, argue cases in state court, draft legal documents, and offer legal advice to victims of personal injury.

Also referred to as a plaintiff lawyer, a personal injury lawyer is responsible for interviewing prospective clients and evaluating their cases to determine the legal matter, identify the distinct issues rooted within the plaintiff’s larger problem, and extensively research every issue to build a strong case. The ultimate responsibility of a personal injury lawyer is to help plaintiffs obtain justice and compensation.


Why Choose Us

Expertise
Experience Highlights
Accolades
Expertise

Our group has been ranked by the Williamson Fund Report, the leading independent industry survey, as the leading practice by assets under management for the fifth year in a row.

Experience Highlights

Representative experience of the group includes:

  • Bank loan funds using section subsidiaries for several large international investment managers, including a hybrid fund and CLO structure.
  • The launch of a wide range of UCITS products including traditional long only equity, bond and money market funds.
  • Acting for over half of the domiciled money market funds by AUM, with industry leading experience in innovative areas and accumulation share classes.

Accolades

This firm is the gold standard amongst a choice of providers. The lawyers are knowledgeable and always know what is coming down the line.”

Jefferson United States

Our Brochure

View our 2017 brochure for an easy to read guide on all of the services offered by us.

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