Christensen Law Adds Experienced Trial Attorney to the Growing Southfield Law FirmOne of Metro Detroit’s strongest personal injury law firms is delighted to announce the recent onboarding of its newest attorney, Thomas Economy, a seasoned trial lawyer with nearly two decades of experience representing clients in personal injury cases. He joined Christensen Law’s team a few months ago to continue his passion for helping the injured in his community.
"I’m very proud to have Tom on our team. He’s incredibly hardworking, diligent and empathetic—all qualities that are essential to personal injury law, especially in the automotive sector," said founder Dave Christensen.
For the past 18 years, Economy has dedicated his career to helping injured victims as a trial attorney with an emphasis on automobile negligence, no-fault insurance, lead poisoning in children, and premises liability litigation. His experience working as a defense attorney has provided him with valuable insight into how insurance companies and defense attorneys view and defend personal injury cases. Economy is also a skilled appellate lawyer, having briefed and argued numerous cases before the Michigan Court of Appeals as well as the Michigan Supreme Court.
As one of Christensen Law’s lead attorneys, Economy will be working with his clients to develop case strategy, document implementation, testimony and expert witnesses. In the discovery phase of cases, Economy will prepare a detailed summary of the case and present it to Court-appointed evaluators or a mediator. Dependent on the result, he will represent his clients in court.
"The best part of my job is getting a hug or 'thank you' from my client after a hard fought case," said Economy. "Our clients have suffered pretty terrible wrongs and injuries. The opportunity to apply my training to protect someone that needs help is tremendously rewarding."
Economy received a Bachelor's degree in law studies from the University of Michigan and a Juris Doctorate from Michigan State University. A native of Bloomfield Hills, he enjoys spending time with his family, coaching his son’s baseball team and cheering on University of Michigan sports.
Christensen Law is a personal injury law firm that specializes in helping victims of automobile and truck accidents. For more info visit: https://www.davidchristensenlaw.com/
Founder David Christensen earned his law degree, with honors, as well as a Master’s Degree from the University of Michigan. He is past chairman of the Michigan Association for Justice’s no-fault committee, past chairman of the negligence section of the Michigan State Bar, and is a member of the Council of Chief Justices Civil Justice Initiative. He testifies before the Michigan legislature, and his expertise has led to appointments to key positions that affect the development of Michigan’s no-fault law. In 2012, Christensen was chosen as a “Leader in the Law” by Michigan Lawyer’s Weekly.
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