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Our very own auto accident paralegal is stepping up the legal ladder!

At Khamo Law we create an atmosphere for our employees to grow and love the law. We were pleased that our David Zoma, our auto accident paralegal, is going to lawschool! We decided to ask him a few questions regarding his experience at Khamo Law. Read More

Most Dangerous Intersections in Sterling Heights, Michigan

Auto accidents can be life-altering and can happen to anyone, anywhere. Sterling Heights is no exception. Like any other city, it also has its share of dangerous intersections that can lead to fatal accidents. In this blog, we will discuss the top dangerous intersections in Sterling Heights, Michigan. We hope that this information will help drivers stay vigilant and avoid accidents. Read More

The Visionary Behind Khamo Law PLLC: Koro Khamo

Koro Khamo is the Visionary and Managing Attorney at Khamo Law. His main mission as a visionary is to create a top-notch team around him that helps change the world, one client at a time. Read More

One of the Most Dangerous Intersections: 18 1/2 MILE RD and Van Dyke Ave Roundabout in Sterling Heights

Auto accidents have been one of the leading causes of death in the United States, and Michigan is no exception. With its fair share of auto accidents the intersections at the roundabout at 18 1/2 MILE RD and Van Dyke Ave, Sterling Heights, MI, has earned a notorious reputation. Motorists who have been injured in accidents at this intersection facing emotional and financial hardships that can last for years. We'll attempt to examine just what makes this roundabout dangerous and explore steps that motorists can take to stay safe. Read More

Michigan's Best Civil Rights and Police Misconduct Attorney: Brandon McNeal

My passion for Civil Rights law was sparked when I was 8 years old and I witnessed my grandfather get unlawfully arrested by police officers in a case of mistaken identity. Read More

Arabic Speaking Auto Attorney: Mohammed Assad Khalil

Navigating the legal road can be a daunting and confusing process, especially if English is not your first language. That's where an Arabic-speaking auto attorney can make all the difference. At Khamo Law we have, Arabic speaking auto attorney Mohammed Assad Khalil. Read More

Slip & Fall Injuries: Open and Obvious Doctrine Essentially Overturned

According to Michigan’s revised comparative negligence law, an individual who is partially responsible for their own accident may be held liable for some or all of the damages that are incurred as a result of the slip and fall incident. This law differs from contributory negligence laws that operate on an “all-or-nothing” basis, meaning if the individual is found to be even one percent at fault, they are not eligible for compensation. Read More

Chaldean Speaking Auto Accident Attorney: Koro Khamo

Language barriers can be a major obstacle when seeking legal assistance, especially in specialized fields like auto injury law. That's where a Chaldean speaking auto injury lawyer comes in, here at Khamo Law we have Auto attorney Koro Khamo. Read More

Meet Our Newest Associate Attorney, Destiny Delly

Destiny Delly I became an attorney essentially to help those who are vulnerable or those who cannot fight for themselves. To obtain justice where it is due. Read More

Getting to know one of Michigan's best auto attorneys: Mohammed A. Khalil

Mo manages an extensive and highly complex no-fault personal injury claims docket, while juggling other legal hats and being a team leader by helping out with coverage. Read More

Michigan's Best Auto Law Attorneys

If you're looking for a Michigan auto law attorney, we at Khamo Law PLLC have the perfect attorneys for you. With the experience and knowledge that our attorneys have, you can get the best possible outcome for your case and feel confident that your rights are protected. Koro Khamo, and Mohammed Assad Khalil are some of our very best auto law attorneys. Read More

The Expungement Process in Michigan

The expungement process in Michigan is relatively straightforward. To start this process, you'll need your criminal record. Then, you must file an expungement petition, once you've filed the petition it will be up to the court to decide. If approved, the court will order that all records of your conviction be sealed and removed from public view. The expungement does not erase a criminal record entirely; certain law enforcement or government agencies may still have access to it. Expungements can help to remove the stigma associated with a criminal conviction, but they do not provide a complete clean slate. However an expungement can be hugely beneficial in improving your chances of getting employment or loan approval. If you're considering applying for an expungement in Michigan, you should get a qualified attorney or legal service provider who understands the process. With the help from the attorneys at Khamo Law, you can increase your chances of successfully petitioning for an expungement in Michigan. Read More

Welcome To Our Blog

We established this blog to share stories and information about topics relevant to our practice. Our intent is to regularly provide posts highlighting legal issues of local, state and national interest Read More

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