Jeff Kaufman and Dennis Morse to be included in DBusiness magazine’s list of Top Lawyers.
We are proud to announce that Jeff Kaufman and Dennis Morse will be recognized in the November/December 2012 issue of DBusiness magazine. The list of Top Lawyers is based upon peer-review and thousands of votes were cast.
DBusiness is the premiere business journal for Metro Detroit. Every year it honors top professionals in business, medicine, and the law.
What our clients have to say
Jeffrey Kaufman is so caring yet he can get the job done
I’ve been through a lot of hardship, and Jeffrey Kaufman has helped me through much of it. I had a knee injury at work and they stopped my workers comp. I had two knee surgeries, a torn ACL and a head injury. I was unable to work because of short-term memory loss and headaches. Last but not least, I ended up having breast cancer and I found out a month ago it was in my spine and my pelvis. When I hired Jeffrey to help me with my workers compensation case, I was on chemotherapy at the time. I remember him saying that I don’t deserve this injustice (of having my workers comp benefits cut off). He was so caring yet he could get the job done. He always said, “it’s not about me, it’s about you.” And Jeffrey Kaufman is still helping me with issues even though my case is over. He always called be back and answered my phone calls. When I was too sick to talk, he would communicate regularly with my friends to make sure I was taken care of and always knew what was going on. I felt Jeff was smart and knew the law and I was confident in his ability. I ended up getting workers compensation benefits, even my back benefits – everything. He got me my disability too. Jeff is unbelievably kind-hearted to the point he would make sure I got to my car safely. If I ever had any other problems, I wouldn’t even think twice about going to anyone else. He is a very good attorney. – Michele Zech, Metro Detroit
Dennis Morse changed my mind about the typical lawyer stereotype.
I was treated poorly with workers compensation, so I called an attorney to represent my side of the story (I hurt my back when remodeling kitchens). It took me a year before I called an attorney because you always hear of some attorneys that are gold diggers just out for the money. But I knew at the point workers comp started giving me a hard time that my workers comp benefits were going to be cut off. I was over my head and wanted someone to help me. Dennis Morse changed my mind about the typical lawyer stereotype. Dennis and I clicked right away. He was very personable and he understood my position. He was wonderful in handling my case. He just seems as though he takes personal interest in being there. In fact, I felt like I was the one person he was representing instead of many people. Dennis has a very genuine nature about him and he always put me at ease. My case is finished but I still talk to him on a regular basis. He’s followed up and made sure everything is going the way it should. I now tell anybody and everybody I come in contact with that knows someone on workers comp that they should contact Dennis Morse. You can’t do it by yourself. The insurance companies structure everything to their benefit and heck with the person who got hurt. I’ve learned they don’t care of about anything other than their bottom line. That’s why I think it’s wise to get someone’s input even if things with your workers compensation benefits in Michigan are going well. Dennis has complete workers comp legal experience, where the normal person doesn’t. The normal person is just worried about getting better – but eventually most people get their workers comp benefits cut off. – James Smith, Metro Detroit
Call (855) 221-2667 to speak with one of our workers comp lawyers. There is no fee unless you are successful with your case.
– Alex Berman is the founder of Michigan Workers Comp Lawyers. Hes been representing injured and disabled workers exclusively for more than 35 years. Alex has helped countless people obtain workers compensation benefits and never charges a fee to evaluate a case.