Jesse Reiter Elected to the American Association for Justice’s Board of Governors

Michigan Association for Justice Elects Jesse Reiter to Sit on Board of Governors for the American Association for Justice

Jesse Reiter of Reiter & Walsh, ABC Law Centers was elected this past Wednesday, September 9th, by his peers on the Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ) Executive Board to sit on the American Association for Justice’s (AAJ) Board of Governors. The Board of Governors assists in guiding the association, whose members work “to promote a fair and effective justice system.”

Being elected to the Board of Governors reflects on Jesse’s commitment to helping his clients and their families see the justice they deserve when affected by birth injury. Jesse has won numerous multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for his clients and gives personal attention to every family he helps. Prior to being elected to the Board of Governors, Jesse has been highly involved in both the MAJ and the AAJ, serving as MAJ President and as Chair of the AAJ’s Birth Trauma Litigation Group and Professional Negligence Section.

Jesse Reiter: Michigan Birth Injury Attorney Helping Children And Their Families

If your child has been affected by a birth injury, it’s important to work with a lawyer that Jesse Reiter Elected to AAJ Board of Governorsunderstands the complexities of birth trauma cases. That’s why Jesse has devoted his 28+ year career to focusing solely on birth injury cases, including cases that involve cerebral palsy and hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy, among other birth injuries. His knowledge and hard work has paid off for his clients, earning them millions in settlements to help pay for their children’s medical bills, as well as the many expenses that come from a lifelong disability. Jesse has spent his career as an advocate for children and families affected by birth injuries caused by medical malpractice and negligence.


 

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