Our Law Firm
Informing those that were injured in an accident about Michigan’s No-Fault Rights is a huge part of our mission. Many of these No-Fault Rights are available to those involved in an accident, whether they are the at fault or not at fault party. The knowledge and expertise of our attorneys at Automobile Accident Attorneys and 1-866-AUTO-LAW is unparalleled and guarantees our clients the maximum monetary recovery available to them. This value is available to individuals involved in an accident in part to their Michigan No-Fault claims and their claims for suffering, pain and long-term economic damages.
Throughout his entire legal career, attorney Jason P. Kief has made it his passion to fight for the rights of the injured and disabled in the State of Michigan and nationwide. He has tried cases in both Wayne and Macomb Circuit Courts and authored appellate briefs/had oral argument in front of the Michigan Court of Appeals. He is considered by his peers to be a specialist in handling automobile and motorcycle accident cases.
Many of his cases are referred to him by other attorneys who recognize his specialty in handling Michigan No Fault and Michigan pain and suffering claims. He also sits as a case evaluator in Wayne, Macomb and Oakland County Circuit Courts. He has been selected as an arbitrator by other attorneys to apply his expertise to their cases.
Jason P. Kief Biography
Juris Doctor, Detroit College of Law, (Now Michigan State University College of Law), Detroit, MI 1998.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Major in Accounting, Wayne State University, Detroit
Editor in Chief, Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University Entertainment and Sports Law Journal, v3 (1998)
State Bar of Michigan
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
American Bar Association
Oakland County Bar Association
Michigan Association for Justice, Executive Board Member 2006
Board of Directors, National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence – Greater
Detroit Area (NCADD-GDA) – 2004-2007.