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Life After a Traumatic Brain Injury

The consequences of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can last a lifetime. Contrary to what some believe, many individuals who experience a “minor” jolt to the head actually end up suffering TBIs that can permanently affect memory, cognition, motor coordination, and other critical body functions. Yet because they are up…

DUSTIN HOFF CELEBRATES 6-YEAR ANNIVERSARY WITH CHRISTENSEN LAW This month marks the sixth year since Trial Attorney Dustin Hoff joined CLAW.  Admitted to the bar in 2014, he joined the firm after spending his first year as an associate at a small firm in Sandusky – his hometown – where…

CHRISTENSEN LAW Honors and Awards

CELEBRATING EXCELLENCE AT WORK We’re proud to share the recent accolades and honors awarded to our talented team of trial attorneys. Our lawyers work extremely hard, dedicated to the long hours and arduous effort of defending our clients’ rights to be heard and to fair compensation. We’re proud of their…

Christensen Law Speakers Bureau

TEACHING & TRAINING Our Christensen Law Speakers Bureau will feature various presentations, speaking engagements, webinars, and teaching events that our experienced Michigan trial attorneys participate in throughout the year. Some topics are geared toward continuing education for the legal profession, while others are for a wider audience or even the…

Christensen Law Paralegal Stacey Schoenfeld

PARALEGAL STACEY SCHOENFELD CELEBRATES 4-YEAR ANNIVERSARY Stacey came to CLAW on attorney Tom Economy’s recommendation, as they had worked together previously at a large local firm. With 34 years of experience in personal injury law, she brings significant value as a paralegal, notary public, and member of the State Bar…

Traffic Deaths Rose Spiked in 2020

With COVID-19 ravaging the country through much of 2020, Americans were supposed to be on lockdown and driving only for necessities. So why did traffic fatalities increase 4.6 percent in the first nine months of the year when traffic was down? The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says people…

Let’s be honest: we’re all probably guilty of distracted walking. The smartphone alone has given Americans no shortage of diversions while walking. But is it contributing to more pedestrian accidents and deaths? The research is unclear. There’s no question that distracted walking is dangerous. The National Safety Council reports that…

Even Small Speed Increases Can Be Deadly

Crashes that occur at high speeds are not the only ones that lead to serious injury and death. Even relatively small increases in speed can prove dangerous and even fatal, according to a recent study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Along with the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety…