About Lipton Law

At Lipton Law, we handle some of the most complex cases in the personal injury field, including defective products and medical malpractice. These cases often cost an extraordinary amount of time, labor and resources, as well as an extraordinary amount of experience – but we handle them because that's exactly what we have.

A Family-Run Law Firm

Attorney William Lipton founded this firm several decades ago in the 1960s, following a career in the armed services during the Korean War. Since then, Lipton Law has grown to become a family-run law firm, now headed by William Lipton's son, Marc Lipton, and partner both in law and marriage, attorney Jody Lipton.

Marc went to Harvard Law School in the late 1980s and joined Lipton Law in 1990. Jody Lipton, who graduated magna cum laude in the top 10 of her class at the University of Detroit Law School in 1993, joined the firm shortly thereafter and became partner in 1996.

A Long Record Of Results

Together, Marc and Jody lead a dedicated group of attorneys and staff who have won numerous multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements throughout the years, notably in cases involving defective products.

For example, we took part in a $150 million settlement in a class action involving contaminated steroid injections, in addition to numerous motor vehicle accident and medical malpractice cases.

Our history shows that we've paid particular attention to complex cases that hurt the most vulnerable people – sick and injured patients – who only want to be made better, not worse, by the products marketed and sold by medical device companies.

Call The Personal Injury Lawyers Of Lipton Law

At Lipton Law, we give you the edge you need in the fight to get justice. Do you know whether you have a case following complications from hernia repair? We will help you determine if you have a case and your options going forward.

Call 248-557-1688 or contact us by email for a free consultation.


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