Welcome to Hamo Law Firm, Flint, Michigan's Personal Injury Attorneys
For over 30 years, George Hamo has provided excellent counsel specializing in negotiation and litigation of wrongful death, serious personal injuries, medical malpractice, and matters involving personal or business disagreements.
Individuals and businesses have conflicts and disagreements that need to be resolved effectively so they may continue with their lives or businesses. People who have suffered serious injury or have died need effective, reputable, and aggressive representation against the insurance companies or big businesses that caused their loss.
Mr. Hamo evens the playing field, and turns the tables in your favor. Mr. Hamo's full practice includes representing individuals, families, and businesses with claims or disagreements.
Use the links below for an explanation of some of the above categories:
-Complex Personal Injuries - Catastrophic Injuries
-Dangerous and Defective Products
-Legal & Professional Malpractice
George Hamo has been providing excellent counsel specializing in negotiation and litigation of wrongful death, personal injury, medical malpractice, automobile negligence, product liability, legal malpractice, securities fraud, and individual and business disagreements for over 30 years.
Potential clients can have complete confidence in George Hamo and Associates because they have consistently achieved multi-million dollar recoveries and significant verdicts and settlements for their clients.
"We see clients at very difficult times in their lives, and it is such a pleasure to help them through those bad times, work things to their favor, and make a wonderful difference in their lives." Hamo adds,
"Because we go through so much together, people begin as clients but end up as friends."
Hamo is a member of many professional associations such as the American Bar Association, State Bar of Michigan, a charter member of the Civil Justice Foundation, Brain Injury Association, National Spinal Cord Association, and Michigan Association for Justice. He is repeatedly selected by other attorneys and the courts as a mediator to facilitate a solution to complex and difficult disputes.
Mr. Hamo has Bar admissions in Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and the U.S. Federal Court. He earned his Bachelor of Arts at Kalamazoo College in 1976 and his Doctor of Jurisprudence at Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing Michigan in 1981.
Thomas M. Cooley Law School