General practice lawyer in Tallassee, AL
Mike Graduated from the Birmingham School of Law in December of 2011 and was admitted to practice law in April of 2012. He also has a degree in Management of Human Resources from Faulkner University.
Prior to going to law school, Mike spent 13 years in the insurance industry servicing and selling insurance, including personal auto and home, group health and disability, workers compensation, commercial business owners policies, life insurance, and annuities. This area of expertise gives a unique perspective to handling cases dealing with insurance companies including automobile accidents and personal injury cases.
Other areas of focus include employment law and civil rights. Currently Mike is handling a wide variety of cases for his clients including personal injury automobile accident, wage and hour collective action, Class Action for violation of the Worker’s Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act(WARN Act), Class Action for COBRA violations, family law and divorce, defense of trademark infringement, race discrimination , sexual harassment, the Pregnancy discrimination act, retaliatory discharge, worker’s compensation, and consumer utility class action.
Recent success includes negotiating a class action settlement for $1.3 million dollars against Macon County Greyhound Park (Victoryland) and successfully arguing a summary judgment on another class action for violation of the WARN Act.
As in his career in sales, Mike believes in establishing a personal relationship with clients and coming up with creative legal solutions to whatever the problem might be. Legal problems can be stressful and are likely to be the biggest event going on in your life at that time. With Mike, you can discuss your problems in a friendly; stress free environment without compromising the benefit of a zealous advocate in the court room that will always make your best interest his priority.
No problem is too big or too small and initial consultations are free, so pick up the phone and give Mike a call.