Franklin D. Tell

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Areas of Practice 1) Medical Malpractice, 2) Labor and Employment, 3) Commercial Litigation, 4) Business and Corporate Disputes, 5) Insurance Coverage, 6) Fraud, 7) Bad Faith, 8) Elder Care, 9) Personal Injury, 10) Premises Liability, 11) Product Liability, 12) Real Estate and 13) Construction Defects
Education University of Michigan (B.A., Economics, 1971)
Most recent firm Tell Mediation Services
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