A FEW WORDS ABOUT OUR FOUNDER
Dan Doyle, Esq is an advocate for justice. Originally from the the west side of Detroit, he decided to become an attorney to help those who are unable to help themselves. Dan is a member in good standing with the Michigan State Bar, the Eastern District of the Michigan Federal Court and the Western District of Michigan Federal Court. Dan received his Bachelors degree in Business Administration with a focus on marketing from Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Michigan.
He received his Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. He is also a qualified mediator, believing that negotiation is a key skill to getting a solution in any dispute. Dan is engaged in the general practice of law for both civil and criminal matters for clients. His areas of concentration are serious personal injury, drunk driving defense and litigation.
Dan Doyle is a firm believer that not every case requires litigation. If an amicable resolution is available, then he will work hard to achieve it. If not, however, Dan is prepared to fight with the best of them.
The Law Office of Dan Doyle, PLLC provides one on one support to our clients with a skilled, experienced attorney. We take the time to get to know you so we can find the best possible solution. If you or someone you know needs help with a legal matter, it is always better to contact an attorney.
If you have been charged with a crime, or if you think you might be charged with a crime, call our experienced defense attorneys now. Most importantly, envoke your right to remain silent.
If you are injured in an automobile accident you have rights. You may be able to sue the other driver for your serious injuries and pain and suffering as a result of their negligence; if you meet a certain threshold.
Also, because of the way Michigan No Fault Law works, auto accident victims in Michigan are entitled to benefits such as payment of medical expenses, lost wages and attendant care, unless they were driving a car they own without insurance.
There are time limits, so it is best to speak with an attorney soon after the accident.