The Clark Law Office

Okemos, Michigan Personal Injury Attorneys

The Clark Law Office

4121 Okemos Road
Suite 13

Okemos, Michigan 48864

Phone(517) 347-6900

E-mail  Contact Mr. David M. Clark

Other Offices: Lansing, MI  

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Law Firm Overview

The Clark Law Office proudly serves Okemos, Michigan and its surrounding areas including Lansing. For over 30 years, the attorneys have offered legal advocacy for criminal defense and family law, but specialize in personal injury cases.
The law firm was founded on quality legal services available at an affordable rate for all. You can expect the expertise of a large law firm paired with the comfort and personalized attention of a small law firm.

If you or a loved one have been injured, you need to seek justice. You deserve compensation for pain and suffering, lost wages, and medical bills. The Clark Law Office has recovered millions of dollars in damages and has a track record for success.

When the insurance company tries to undervalue your case or deny your claim, the attorneys will never back down. They will help you file claims for workers’ compensation and prepare your case leaving no stone left unturned.

Languages: English

Areas of Law

Additional Areas of Law: No–Fault Insurance; Dog Bites; Jet–Ski Accidents; Dangerous Drugs; Police Misconduct; Drug Possession; Drug Possession with Intent; Drug Conspiracy; Drugged Driving; Medical Marijuana; Criminal Sexual Conduct; Misdemeanors; Independent Contractor; Nursing Home Injuries; Motor Vehicle Defects; Misdemeanors; Bank Fraud; Mail Fraud; Internet Fraud; Stolen Credit Cards; Felonious Assault; Armed Robbery; Carjacking; Automobile Theft; Kidnapping; Juvenile Delinquency; Disorderly Conduct; Resisting Arrest; Petty Theft; Violation of a Prior Restraining Order; Motor Vehicle Offenses; Speeding or Reckless Driving; Failing to Stop for Police; Driving Without a License; Contested Hearings; Abuse and Neglect; QDRO (Qualified Domestic Relations Order); Modifications; Annulment; Marital Agreements; Step-Parent Adoptions; Division of Property.


David Clark Mr. David M. Clark
Criminal Law, Divorce, Employment, Family Law, General Practice

Matthew Clark Mr. Matthew R. Clark
Criminal Law, General Practice, Motor Vehicles, Personal Injury, Workers Compensation


  • Michigan Association of Justice
  • American Association of Justice
  • Ingham County Bar Association
  • Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan

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Articles Published by The Clark Law Office

 Taking a Look at Some Common Defenses for Criminal Charges

This article describes the most common defenses used when facing a criminal charge. It's important that the accused are made aware of their rights so that they can properly defend oneself. Briefly describes self-defense, statute of limitations, alibis, entrapment, and insanity defense strategies.

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 Head-On-Collisions - The Most Dangerous Type of Car Accident

A brief article regarding the dangers of head-on-collisions and how to deal with injuries sustained afterwards.

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 Driver Distraction Leads to Serious Injury or Death

An overview into the impact that distracted drivers have in the State of Michigan and various ways that it can avoided.

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 Is it Possible to Sue the Negligent Driver for Pain and Suffering in Michigan?

If you live in Michigan, you probably know the premise behind no-fault auto insurance law, but you may not know that your ability to bring a third party lawsuit against the negligent driver is severely limited. In return for the limited ability to bring a third party suit, it should be easier to collect expenses such as medical bills, but the Michigan auto insurers are now trying to deny drivers even these benefits if they are at fault even though Michigan has a no fault system in place!

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 Michigan’s Medical Marihuana Act

Approved by 63% of voters throughout Michigan, the Medical Marihuana Act became effective as of April 2009. This Act allows the use of Medical Marijuana within the state in accordance with the provisions stated, and over 222,413 original and renewal applications have been received since the creation of the Act. Only Michigan residents can apply to be a registered patient in the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program (MMMP).

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 Road Surfaces

A short article describing how damaged road surfaces and poor road design lead to auto accidents and how you should proceed if you feel your accident was caused by these reasons.

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 Michigan Auto Accident

An explanation of what steps you should take if you've been involved in an auto accident or car crash in Michigan.

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