Christensen Law Community Involvement

Giving Back To The Community

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Our philosophy of listening, protecting, and winning applies not only to our clients, but also to everyone we encounter, and especially to those in the communities where we work. These principles guide our daily efforts, providing a solid foundation for well-being and service.

While our social responsibility focus varies, it remains grounded in elevating the welfare of our society and our greater environment. We’re committed to supporting local businesses, assistance organizations, and those in critical need in our communities. We encourage our team members to not only participate in company-led initiatives, but also to take the time for service that may be meaningful to them personally.


Throughout the year, we work to help those who need it most, from children without families to those who are food or housing insecure, from facilities for artists with disabilities to the responsible development of the built environment in which we all live.

Christensen Law Community Involvement

We've partnered with several local charitable and community organizations, strenghening our commitment to protecting and caring for others within our reach.

This season, our firm was proud to sponsor a new program in the community, Holiday Care for Homeless Veterans. In association with the Michigan Sigma Pi Zeta chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., paralegal Kecha Hayes headed up an effort that garnered support from local businesses S2S Wealth, Homes…

Jack Waddell raises money for families in need

We owe a special thank you to our Firm Administrator, Michelle Waddell, and her son Jack, a high school student at Walled Lake Northern High School, for spearheading an initiative to benefit those in the Walled Lake community. Raising money for families in need, Jack set out to help make…

The folks at Christensen Law, a Southfield-based personal injury law firm specializing in helping victims of automobile and truck accidents, not only got into the spirit of helping during the COVID-19 crisis, but they sparked competitive involvement from another firm that resulted in frontline workers at local hospitals having food…

On the heels of a contentious election, seemingly endless precaution, and growing isolation, we are entering the traditional holiday season laden with caveats – and a generous helping of anxiety and righteous exasperation. A quiet exercise of moral contortion guides our planning, complete with a constant stream of, “If this,…

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