Multi-Million Dollar Settlement in Michigan Wrongful Death Case

Sinas Dramis Attorneys James F. Graves and Joel T. Finnell Obtain a Multi-Million Dollar Settlement in a Michigan Wrongful Death Case

Sinas Dramis Attorneys James F. Graves and Joel T. Finnell recently obtained a multi-million dollar settlement in a Michigan wrongful death case involving a motorcycle accident that occurred in a construction zone of a Michigan freeway. The crash was caused by a hazardous roadway condition created by the highway contractor during construction. There were no warning signs alerting motorists of the condition, and there were no construction barrels placed over the hazard to protect ...

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Sinas Dramis Law Firm Opens New Office in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Updated December 2018: We are pleased to announce our Grand Rapids office has relocated to 312 Fulton Street East, Grand Rapids MI, 49503!

Sinas Dramis Law Firm is proud to announce the opening of its new office in Grand Rapids at 15 Ionia Ave. SW, Suite 300, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 and the hiring of skilled auto accident attorney Thomas G. Sinas who will practice at the firm’s new office in Grand Rapids.

Tom Sinas is a trial lawyer who has devoted his career to representing individuals and serving the public. After graduating magna cum laude from the University of ...

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Attorney Stephen Sinas Receives “Top 5 Under 35” Award

Steve SinasFor over sixty years, our firm has enjoyed a reputation for excellence in personal injury and family law. This excellence stems from the hard work and determination of our attorneys, who are regularly recognized for their achievements in and out of the courtroom.

Staying with this tradition, we are proud to announce that Attorney Stephen Sinas of our firm was recently honored with the Ingham County Bar Association’s “Top 5 Under 35” award. The award recognizes five attorneys under the ...

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Sinas Dramis Lawyers Receive Prestigious Awards

George SinasThe Sinas Dramis Law Firm of Lansing is proud to announce that on March 21, 2013, George T. Sinas was named by Michigan Lawyers Weekly the 2013 Lawyer of the Year. This prestigious award was bestowed on George Sinas at the Leaders in the Law luncheon held in Troy, Michigan. George Sinas was named the 2013 Lawyer of the Year by a vote by his peers, who were chosen as Leaders in the Law by Michigan Lawyers Weekly.

The Lawyer of the Year Award exemplifies the highest ...

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National Brain Injury Awareness Month

Think of any food, activity, or cause and there is probably a month or day dedicated in its honor. October is National Pizza Month. February is National Bird Feeding Month. March, however, is truly significant in that it is National Brain Injury Awareness Month.

As a law firm specializing in the area of personal injury, we understand the profound impact brain injuries can have on individuals and their families. In the past, the issue of brain injuries remained out of the spotlight. But thanks to the controversy embroiling the National Football League, the issue has received much more attention as ...

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Mid-Michigan Racing Fans Injured in Daytona Crash

On Saturday February 23, 2013, two mid-Michigan residents were among those injured in a tremendous Daytona crash on the final lap of the Nationwide race at Daytona International Speedway. The incident occurred when driver Kyle Larson was involved in a multi-car incident, wherein his car was struck from behind, spun sideways, and went airborne, slamming into the catch fencing that circles the track to protect spectators from debris during such an incident. Larson’s car tore a massive hole into the fence, allowing pieces of the car, including a tire, to scatter into the stands and strike race fans. Debris may ...

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Michigan Lawyers Weekly Selects George T. Sinas as a “Leader in the Law” for 2013

The Sinas Dramis Law Firm is proud to announce that Michigan Lawyers Weekly, the leading legal newspaper in the state of Michigan, recently named George T Sinas a “Leader in the Law” for 2013!  George was one of 30 elite attorneys that were selected based on the following considerations:

  • being passionate and active on behalf of clients, the legal community and the community at large;
  • a record of success in the legal profession; and
  • a record of achievements that displays a strength of character and ability to be a leader in the Michigan ...
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Football Helmets May Protect Against Wrong Force

More and more evidence supports the belief that traumatic brain injuries in football tend to be caused by “rotational,” as opposed to “linear,” forces on the brain.  Writer Tom Foster explores this important distinction in his article for Popular Science entitled, “The Helmet That Can Save Football.”

Linear forces are straight forward, literally; they hit the impact surface (in this case, the helmet) straight on inflicting a direct line of force.  Rotational forces, on the other hand, are forces that strike the skull at an angle.  In the barely controlled chaos of football, ...

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Environmental Enrichment: Recovering from a Traumatic Brain Injury

brain injuryThe amount and quality of stimulation one receives after suffering a traumatic brain injury can impact the rate and level of a victim’s recovery.  This is the finding of a study recently published in the medical journal, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.  “Environmental enrichment” refers to the cognitive, physical, and social stimulation an individual derives from his or her environment.  The concept also considers how the structure of a victim’s environment can promote maximum participation by him or her.

In the weeks and months following ...

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Quick(er) Detection of Traumatic Brain Injuries

brain injuriesThe Infrascanner Model 2000 is a handheld device capable of detecting intracranial bleeding associated with traumatic brain injuries.  The device’s portability allows medical providers to screen patients at the scene of the injury, e.g., an automobile accident, to assess the urgency of the patient’s need for medical care.  This is significant given that, as a general rule, doctors recommend head injuries be treated within the so-called “golden hour” after they occur.

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