Ryan Hill

Ryan E. Hill graduated cum laude from Thomas Cooley Law School in Michigan

Ryan is licensed to practice in the State of Michigan and Eastern Federal District. Ryan is former house counsel for D&T Construction based in Shelby Township.

In the civil realm, Ryan has excelled at construction law litigation, contract disputes and real property issues. In the Criminal realm, Ryan focuses his practice on Misdemeanor representation at the 36th District Court, located in the City of Detroit. If you have been to 36th District Court lately, chances are you have seen him running the halls.

Ryan Graduated with Dean's List honors from Francis Marion University, located in Florence South Carolina where he played collegiate golf. From there he studied and graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School Cum Laude, earning his Juris Doctor. Before starting his career Ryan interned for Chief Justice Marilyn Kelly of the Michigan Supreme Court.


Ben Werbling

Benjamin S. Werbling has the experience to protect your client's rights.

A 1998 honors graduate of Michigan State University, and a 2002 recipient of his Juris Doctor from Wayne State University, Attorney Benjamin S. Werbling has combined his educational background with practical courtroom experience in order to develop a style and persona that brings his clients favorable results.

Benjamin S. Werbling specializes in the areas of Family Law, Drivers License and Traffic, Misdemeanors and General Civil Litigation.

Caring, tough, experienced and skilled. A professional who is affordable and who treats clients like family. An attorney who will defend a client's rights to the fullest extent of the law.


Colemon L. Potts

Colemon graduated from Thomas M. Cooley law School in MIchigan

Colemon, our new Associate, is a recent graduate of Thomas M. Cooley Law School, where he was a consistent Dean's list and Honor Roll student.

With an interest in litigation, he built his foundation through classes such as Pre-Trial skills, Trial Skills, Moot Court and Mock Trials.

Outside of the classroom, Colemon has interned with the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Project ( M.I.U.I ), and clerked for a State Court Judge in Atlanta, Georgia, where he attended Georgia State University for undergrad.

He came to us as an intern before we hired him immediately out of law school due to his hard work and perseverance.