Growing up with a father who is an attorney, I learned to think critically at a very young age. If I wanted something, I would have to come up with a logical argument and a plan as to how to achieve it. You could say I was being trained to be an attorney since birth.
I started working at Bahrie Law in high school. I started in the mailroom and worked my way up to more complex tasks. After high school, I attended Michigan State University for my undergraduate degree while continuing to work part-time at Bahrie Law, exposing myself to the fundamentals of the law firm. I subsequently attended Michigan State University College of Law and continued working at the firm. During law school, I met with clients, prepared cases for hearings, wrote briefs and shadowed my father to different courts in hundreds of cases. Upon graduation, I hit the ground running.
While studying for the Bar exam in the spring of 2012, I met my wife, Kristen, at Michigan State University as she was studying for the CPA exam. We both passed our respective exams and began our professional careers in the Fall of 2012. We reside in Northville and we are raising an intelligently determined 18-month-old. She is growing up too fast! My wife works as an Accountant at Ford Motor Company in Dearborn and I work at Bahrie Law in Lansing, and our new Metro Detroit office located at 6 Mile and I-275 in Livonia.
In my decade as an attorney, I have represented thousands of clients in social security disability hearings, workers compensation hearings, criminal defense proceedings, family law and divorce proceedings, auto accidents, estates, as well as numerous other miscellaneous cases. As a general practice law firm with a focus on Personal Injury law, Bahrie Law allows me to help people in a variety of different fields of law. I enjoy the diversity and I am happy to assist you with your legal issues.
Currently, my practice is focused on serious personal injury and disability cases helping to recover millions of dollars in damages and benefits for clients each year.