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Euel W. Kinsey

Euel Kinsey Lawyer

Euel W. Kinsey

Litigation, Medical Malpractice

  • Law Office: Mckeen & Associates, PC
  • Detroit Law Firms
  • Law School: University of Detroit Mercy School of Law J.D.
  • Status: In Good Standing

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Euel became an associate at Sachs, Nunn, Kates, Kadushin, & O'Hare, Halveston and Waldman P.C., a large firm which handled Personal Injury, Labor Law and Workers Compensation, where he had clerked in the Personal Injury department for 1 ½ years. While there, he handled Workers' Compensation cases and Labor Law issues.

Seeking to sharpen his trial skills, Euel then worked as an assistant prosecuting attorney for Wayne County for two years before returning to civil litigation. While working as an assistant prosecutor, he prosecuted serious felonies including several murder trials. Euel's proudest accomplishments there were the successful prosecution of the husband of a 70 year old owner of a hotel, and the hit man he had hired to kill her; and a young assailant who blinded a man with a shotgun blast in his own home who became mayor of a Detroit Suburb.

Since 1988, Euel's practice has involved medical malpractice litigation. A substantial portion of his practice has been dedicated to representing children who have sustained birth injuries. During those years, he has successfully resolved many cases which have improved the quality of life for the child and their families. In 1997, Euel began to expand his practice beyond Michigan. He is now actively litigating cases involving birth trauma in Michigan, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Wisconsin. Euel has won several trials with verdicts in excess of $1,000,000. His largest verdict to date involved a birth trauma case in the Federal District Court in Wisconsin, which resulted in a net verdict of nearly $21,000,000.

Euel is also an accomplished pilot. He serves on the Board of Directors of Lifeline Pilots (currently Vice Chairman) - an organization dedicated to providing free non-emergency medical transportation to people in need. In 2006, he received the Aircraft Owner's Pilot Association's (AOPA) Scharples Award in recognition for his work to preserve Detroit City Airport. He is currently serving as an officer in the Aviation Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan. Euel has also given back to his community serving as a Soccer and Softball Coach for many years. He has served on the Board of Directors for two local sports organizations giving his time and experience.

Euel is also a member of The Forum Shoppers, a quartet comprised of attorneys and judges who perform around the State of Michigan singing an unusual variety of songs including satires about lawyers and judges, as well as conventional barbershop arrangements and gospel numbers.

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