Mr. Harfouch heads the firm's business and corporate law practice.
Mr. Haddad heads the firm's criminal law practice.
Mr. Bahoura heads the firm's marijuana law practice.
Mr. Rasool heads the firm's personal injury and veteran's disability law practice.
Mr. Oblizajek is a senior associate in the firm's personal injury practice.
Mr. Splain is an associate in the firm's criminal defense practice.
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Madison Heights - Received 1 of 2 licenses available in the City, beating dozens of other applicants through the City’s merit-based application process.
Mount Clemens - Received 1 of 2 licenses available through the City’s merit-based application process.
Flint - Received 1 of 20 licenses available through the City’s merit-based application process.
Quincy - Received 1 of 3 licenses available through the City’s merit-based application process.
Iron Mountain - Received 1 of 2 licenses available through the City’s merit-based application process.
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Ferndale, Traverse City, East Lansing, Detroit, Lansing, Warren, Battle Creek, Baldwin Township, Alma, Centerline, Detroit, Harrison Township, Owosso, and Kalkaska.
Nasir Rasool has built a reputation for being a fighter and protector of individuals in need. Nasir advocates for those injured in auto accidents and has obtained millions in settlements for his clients.
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Michael Oblizajek is a veteran in the field of personal injury. He's settled millions of dollars in cases for his clients and is a strong fighter who is ready to take on big insurance companies that have a reputation of denying benefits to those injured in auto accidents.
Mark Splain is an excellent criminal defense attorney. He's helped clients gain their freedom, and has obtained vast reductions in sentences for those who've had a temporary fall from grace.
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