Crain’s Detroit Business features the personal injury law firm’s lucrative purchse in Farmington Hills amid the bleak commercial real estate market
The commercial real estate market has been difficult for a lot of people in Michigan, but it’s working well for the lawyers at Michigan Auto Law. Crain’s Detroit Business covers the law firm’s purchase of its new headquarters, a 22,000-square-foot office building in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Michigan Auto Law specializes in car accidents and truck accidents. And although the auto negligence laws in Michigan are among the most difficult in the country, the law firm is thriving. It has grown to 19 attorneys and a staff of 50. “The firm is in a position to make long-term decisions,” partner Steve Gursten told the magazine. “This is an investment for the next 20 years.”
Here’s the Crain’s Detroit Business story: Looking for lease, personal injury law firm partner buys commercial building
July 5, 2009