We have represented parties on some of the largest construction projects in Michigan. We have an impressive record of case results in accident lawsuits and a thorough knowledge of the law, providing counsel at all stages of the construction process, from negotiating and drafting contracts, to appearing on behalf of clients in administrative proceedings, to pursuing rights and relief in court, arbitration and other forums when disputes arise.

Clients include developers, contractors, municipalities, governmental authorities and insurers.

Michael Crow


Ford v Architectural Door & Millwork
This case involved the defective manufacture and sale of custom wood trim and molding. Prior to trial, Plaintiff’s last settlement demand was $500,000. The case evaluated against our client for an award of $50,000. After a two-week trial, the jury returned a no cause verdict in favor of our client. As Plaintiff rejected the case evaluation award, a Motion for Taxation of Costs and Case Evaluation Sanctions returned $50,000 in attorney fees to our client.
Roberts v Bennett Enterprises, Inc.
We represented a national hotel accused of maintaining excessively hot water in its jacuzzi. Plaintiff’s 10-month-old baby burned to death. Against one of the nation’s most prominent lawyers, Geoffrey Fieger, we received a defense verdict on behalf of our client. Plaintiff’s last demand was $5 million.
Broderick v Pittsburgh Tank & Tower
Case involved disabling injuries received on a construction site. The case went to trial in Wayne County Circuit Court. On the first day of trial, the case settled as to all Defendants. Although the case evaluated against our client for $130,000, we secured dismissal as to our client for $10,000.
Fath v Fairway
Case involved major home reconstruction. Allegations included defective workmanship resulting in mold infiltration. Plaintiffs alleged the $500,000 house had to be destroyed. After three weeks of trial, the case settled for nuisance value at the close of Plaintiffs’ proofs.