Stanley I. Okoli is an attorney in our Livonia office where he focuses his practice on research and writing, as well as plaintiff’s personal injury and litigation. He writes briefs for submission to all levels of state and federal courts, argues cases in both the state and federal courts of appeals, and performs research for all areas of law handled by our Firm. Mr. Okoli has taken over 30 cases to Michigan Court of Appeals and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and has handled 14 jury trials.
He also assists clients with many types of negligence actions, workers’ compensation claims, and social security disability claims. Mr. Okoli is a strong advocate for his clients and vigorously fights to obtain favorable lawsuit settlements and verdicts. He has the experience, resources, and written and oral advocacy skills necessary to help clients recover full and fair compensation for lost wages, property damage, medical care, pain and suffering, and more. Further, he is well-versed in issues involving law enforcement and qualified immunity.
Mr. Okoli obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Wayne State University Law School, where he was elected to the Student Board of Governors and was a Mock Trial Team finalist. Additionally, he was an associate editor for the Wayne Law Review. He previously worked as a law clerk for the honorable Judge Frank Szymanski at the Wayne County Probate Court and for the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office.