2836 W Jefferson Ave, Trenton, MI 48183, USA
Born and raised in Southeast Michigan, Attorney Brandon S. Thomson provides legal expertise on a wide range of client issues with a focus on Elder Law, Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning, Veterans Benefits, Guardianship and Conservatorship, and Probate matters. He is a VA-accredited attorney, a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), the Elder Law and Disability Rights, and Estate Planning and Probate sections of the State Bar of Michigan. Attorney Thomson graduated from Western Michigan University Cooley Law School, Cum Laude. During that time, he served as an Editor on the Law Review, clerked for Federal Magistrate Stephen Whalen, received the Certificate of Merit Award for Property Law and Elder Law, and assisted senior citizens as a student attorney in the Probate and Estate Planning Clinic. Brandon sits on the Henry Ford Wyandotte Ethics Board as an attorney advisor.
12900 Hall Rd, Sterling Heights, MI 48313, USA
1111 Exposition Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95815, USA
Ms. York represents plaintiffs and consumers in personal injury, nursing home abuse and wage-and-hour class actions. She served as co-lead counsel on a statewide wage-and-hour class action against UPS representing UPS drivers which settled for $87 million dollars. She previously served as co-lead counsel of a nationwide class action / mass torts case, as well as served as a member of the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee against Johnson & Johnson / Ethicon. Learn more about personal injury attorney Wendy C. York, and contact our practice, serving Sacramento, Fairfield, and other Northern California communities, to schedule a consultation.
400 W Main St, Babylon, NY 11702, USA
Nicole J. Zuvich, Esq., is a partner at the Law Offices of Nicole Zuvich, P.C, located in Garden City, New York. In an effort to achieve each client’s long term planning goals. Ms. Zuvich has been involved in the field of Elder Law and Estate Planning for over twelve (12) years. Ms. Zuvich is a Past-President of the Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association. She is the recipient of the 2008 Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association’s President’s Award and the 2011 Doris S. Hoffman Outstanding New Lawyer Award. Additionally, she is a member of the Nassau County Bar Association’s Elder Law, Social Services & Health Advocacy and Surrogate’s Court Committees. She is also involved in animal rescue and is a member of the Suffolk County Bar Association’s Animal Rights Committee. Ms. Zuvich supports the Wounded Warrior Project and has volunteered with several veterans organizations in an effort to raise awareness and to generate resources for veterans suffering from PTSD. Ms. Zuvich graduated summa cum laude from Hofstra University. She received her law degree from St. John’s University School of Law, where she attended on a scholarship from the Thomas Shortmann Academic Scholarship Fund, 32BJ Employee’s Union. As part of her practice, Ms. Zuvich strives to ensure that clients in need of long term medical assistance are properly provided for through either long term Medicaid planning or home care Medicaid planning. She also works to advocate for those requiring assistance both in their home and through long-term care to ensure that they are properly cared for with the utmost dignity and respect.