About Davison Michigan Trial Lawyer, Rex Anderson
Our Mission Statement
My practice has primarily specialized in representing seriously injured persons in Michigan since 1991. We handle all car accidents, dog attacks, slip and falls which have caused serious personal injuries. We have expanded our litigation expertise into suing banks, debt collectors, debt buyers and credit reporting agencies who defraud or otherwise harm consumers. It is our goal to ensure that our clients are able to enforce all their rights against the Insurance and Banking Industry.
We are networked with attorneys across the nation with similar goals to our own. By sharing resources and working together we have greatly enhanced the quality of our legal representation to our clients by staying abreast of current trends and updates in technology and law.
The cornerstone of our success is the quality relationships that we have maintained with our clients and our loyalty and tenacity to safeguarding the rights of injured persons and protecting consumers who have been defrauded, harassed or abused by debt collectors.
Rex C. Anderson
Attorney Rex C. Anderson has focused his law practice in serious personal injury cases. Memberships include Michigan Association for Justice (formerly Michigan Trial Lawyers), Michigan Consumer Law Section, National Association of Consumer Advocates and National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.
Rex has taught and written extensively on consumer protection laws which protect those who owe credit card, medical and student loan debts and/or have filed for bankruptcy.
View Rex’s Resume (as a PDF)
“Bubba” the Bulldog
In 1991, I had just graduated from the law school of the University of Detroit. I hung out my own shingle in Davison, Michigan. At the same time, I adopted “Bubba” an english bull dog puppy. He kept me company as I spent countless hours researching the law, rehearsing for trial and learning how to litigate against insurance companies and big corporations. Through the years, Bubba was protective and showed me loyalty and a tenacious character which I felt the same toward my own clients.
Bubba passed away in 2000 but he lives on in my memories and I always fondly remember him when the going gets tough. He was a good friend and an inspiration. God rest his soul. He‘ll be in heaven for sure.