Insurance Defense Law Firm, Farmington Hills, Michigan

Accomplished Michigan Insurance and Business Law Firm

Farmington Hills • Detroit • Grand Rapids

Kaufman, Payton & Chapa serves both as legal advocates and counselors for a distinguished roster of clients that includes local, national, and international companies in insurance, health care, manufacturing, finance, real estate, government, retail, and recreation.

Kaufman, Payton & Chapa lawyers are recognized leaders in their fields. We have real-world business and insurance industry experience, both as entrepreneurs and within corporations. This deepens our understanding of the business issues that affect our clients and allows us to anticipate needs before they become costly, time-consuming legal problems.

Our attorneys practice preventive law, conducting extensive legal audits to uncover areas of our clients' businesses that may be vulnerable to litigation. Action plans are then developed to help avert legal problems, allowing our clients to better meet their business objectives.

When litigation is unavoidable, we strive to keep costs at a minimum and to achieve results expeditiously. Our attorneys represent clients in both routine and complex litigation before administrative agencies, at trial and on appeal before state and federal courts.

We strive to be the best. We are therefore selective in the services we offer and in the clients we serve. This close focus on our areas of strength allows our firm to build long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with our clients, who appreciate the depth of service and personal attention we can provide. Our primary areas of practice include:

Whether you are facing liability for serving alcohol in violation of dram shop laws or you are involved in a dispute regarding your errors and omissions insurance coverage, we can help. Our attorneys are committed to producing results effectively and efficiently. Contact us online or call (248) 626-5000 to schedule an appointment at one of our three offices: Farmington Hills, Grand Rapids and Detroit.