Paul WheatleyTop Rated Personal Injury Attorney
- Personal Injury, Social Security Disability, Animal & Dog Law
Paul Wheatley graduated from Michigan State University in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a concentration in environmental journalism. During his time at MSU he worked as a reporter for the state news. He later worked as a city reporter for the Petoskey news-review in Petoskey, MI., and the Vindicator newspaper in Youngstown, Ohio. Paul earned a scholarship to the Thomas m. Cooley law school and earned his law degree with a concentration in environmental law. He interned, clerked, and worked as an attorney for the Liblang law firm, pc where he aided clients with consumer law – namely, lemon law, rebuilt auto wrecks, and wrongful debt collections.
Paul enjoys legal research and writing. He is a litigation attorney and his proudest moment is obtaining a multimillion dollar settlement for one of his clients injured in a catastrophic crash.
He is a music and movie buff, a fantasy sports nerd, and an MSU and Detroit sports fan. He recently started refinishing reclaimed live edge wood from around Michigan to make furniture. He and his wife Christine have three children, Lana, Finn, and Lucas. They enjoy cooking, traveling together, and kayaking.
- Madonna University
- B.A. | Journalism
- Western Michigan University Cooley Law School
- J.D. (2011)
- Mike Morse Injury Law Firm
- - Current
- State Bar of Michigan  # P74840
- State Bar of Michigan
- ID Number: P74840
- Free Consultation
Mike Morse Law Firm operates under a contingency fee policy, which is why we always say you pay no fees until we win. Anything paid to us for legal services we undertake – including filing costs, investigation charges, expert witness research and travel expenses, and much more – comes from the settlement funds, not from your own pocket.
- Personal Injury
- Animal & Dog Bites, Brain Injury, Car Accidents, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Premises Liability, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death
- Social Security Disability
- Animal & Dog Law
We hear it all the time. Clients come into our office, injured from auto accidents, and their insurance providers refuse to pay on their claim. The claims process isn’t designed to be simple. Ultimately, insurance companies want injured people to give up, so they don’t have to pay. It's our job to beat the insurance company at their own game. So you can receive the justice and the compensation you deserve.