Richard Hogg, Michigan Workers Comp Attorney
Richard received an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Oakland University. Following undergrad, Richard attended Wayne State University law school where he received his Juris Doctorate. In law school, Richard worked as a student attorney for the Wayne State University Disability Law Clinic where he negotiated a settlement for one of his clients who had faced unjust discrimination. Additionally, Richard clerked for multiple plaintiff personality injury law firms. It was through these experiences that Richard discovered his passion to help individuals who have been wronged. Richard comes from a working-class background. He spent many years as a laborer beginning in his youth and worked his way through college. From this, Richard learned about and experienced the struggles that workers face day to day, making him relatable to his clients. Having seen injured workers mistreated firsthand, he has a strong drive to fight for their justice.
Admitted to practice:
- Michigan, 2020
- Oakland University, B.A., 2017
- Wayne State Law School, J.D., 2020
Memberships and affiliations:
- State Bar of Michigan