WHO WE ARE
Mr. Coppins was born and raised in the Metro-Detroit area. Prior to establishing Coppins Law Group, he was a litigation attorney at one of Michigan’s largest law firms. Mr. Coppins also worked as a litigation attorney with one of Michigan’s most well renowned Civil Rights Firms.
Whatever the nature of your legal problem, you want to work with an attorney you can trust to do things right. You want an attorney who will put himself in your shoes before making recommendations about your case. You want an attorney who will listen to your concerns.
At Coppins Law Group, PLLC, attorney Shawn Coppins not only has the skills and experience you need, he is down-to-earth and accessible. When you work with our firm:
- You can talk to your attorney when you need to.
- Your attorney will speak to you in plain English, not legalese.
- Your legal team will take actions that we truly believe are in your best interest (not because it is the easiest route to take, or because it generates more billable hours).
Call 800-452-1761 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation at our Mount Clemens office. We service clients statewide and handle a wide range of legal matters, including:
Other areas of law:
We help consumers with bad faith insurance claims and clients in administrative and licensing hearings. We help people that are the victims of accidents. We provide business law services of all kinds.
CONTACT US TODAY: 800-452-1761
Schedule your free initial consultation with a lawyer at Coppins Law Group, PLLC.
We represent clients in divorce and child custody cases, as well as with other family law matters.
We provide aggressive defense against felony and misdemeanor criminal charges, including criminal drunk driving, driver’s license restoration, theft and robbery, fraud and embezzlement, drug possession and sales, assault and battery, weapons charges, criminal sexual conduct (rape), and Internet sex crimes.
Police brutality :
We seek justice for people who have been injured by police brutality, police misconduct or have had their civil rights violated by the police.