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Bloomfield Hills Insurance Defense Law Firm
The Anselmi Mierzejewski Ruth & Sowle P.C. specialize in the defense of civil actions, both property and casualty, on behalf of insurance carriers and self-insured businesses. The firm is staffed with ten attorneys: principals Kurt A. Anselmi, Joseph S. Mierzejewski, John D. Ruth and Mark Sowle and associates Casey R. Krause, Marcy E. Mierzejewski, Lawrence J. Pochran, Michael Phillips, Kevin Wirth and Julie Brainer.
About Anselmi Mierzejewski Ruth & Sowle P.C.
- Insurance Defense
- Insurance Law
- Farm Bureau Insurance Company
- Auto-Owners Insurance Company
- Citizens Insurance Company
- Northpointe Insurance Company
- Titan Insurance Company
- Allstate Insurance Company
- Farmers Insurance Exchange
- Auto Club Insurance Association
- Conifer Insurance
- Michigan Insurance Company
- References upon request.
- Kurt A. Anselmi (1954 – 2017)
- Joseph S. Mierzejewski (Of Counsel)
- John D. Ruth (Shareholder)
- Mark D. Sowle (Shareholder)
- Marcy E. Mierzejewski
- Michael D. Phillips (Shareholder)
- Kevin P. Wirth (Shareholder)
- Christopher P. Endres
- Christopher A. Lawicki
- Michelle A. Endress (Shareholder, 2020)
- Mark L. Nawrocki
- Rita Arabo
- Simone R. Fabiilli
- Richard A. Marrero (Attorney)
- Brian M. Iwan
- Nakisa Monavvari
- Daniel E. Gumtow
- Kevin D. Caponi
- Jeffrey L. Pietsch
- Adriane N. Rasmussen
- Taylor R. Rogers
- Tayler J. Leamon
- Marla R. Jacobs
- Robert M. Unatin
- Lauren N. Brezenski
- Catherine M. Rodey
- Jamileh M. Naboulsi
- Alice E. Fabiszewski
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1750 S. Telegraph Road, Ste 306 Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
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