AGGRESSIVE. COMPETENT. PROFESSIONAL.
Garris Law is a multifaceted law firm located in downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan. Our firm has been in business for over 60 years and has represented thousands of clients throughout Michigan and other states. We have solidified our reputation through the generations, with many of our clients consisting of referrals from other attorneys, prior clients, jurors, and judges. We are result-oriented and obtain the largest possible settlements and verdicts for our clients, evidenced by our $16 million record settlement for a motor vehicle injury. We are also personal—and unlike other firms—you will interact directly with an attorney. There is no charge for the initial consultation.
Our attorneys are proficient and accomplished. They combine for over 100 years of legal experience, and they have received many accolades, including the esteemed Super Lawyers designation.
We focus on personal injury, but we also have attorneys experienced in No-Fault claims, insurance claims, family law, divorce, child custody, drunk driving, medical malpractice, wills & probate, wrongful death, real estate, bankruptcy, license restoration, criminal cases, and accidents (automobile, truck, pedestrian, bicycle, and motorcycle).
You get off the plane and go to the rental car desk. The agent asks, “Would you like to purchase insurance for your rental car?” This is not the sort of thing you want to research on your vacation, so it is a good idea to know what is covered before you go on that trip.
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A home is a great investment, but buying or selling a home without a lawyer could result in serious problems for the buyer or seller.
There are serious consequences for not adding a child with a license to his or her parent's car insurance policy.
Many people put off writing a will until they are in their later years. However, this is a mistake.
While you want affordable insurance, you also want the best insurance policy to protect yourself and your family in case of an accident.