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Settlement reached in $10-million police shooting lawsuit

It appears Dearborn has reached a settlement in a $10 million-plus lawsuit filed last year after the fatal police-shooting of 31-year-old Janet Wilson. The parties are asking U.S. District Judge ...
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Attorney David M. Moss discusses long-time advisory role at Downtown Boxing Gym as founder Khali Sweeney vies for CNN’s Hero of the Year for championing Detroit youth

‘Being a member of the legal profession brings with it both privilege and responsibility’ Media contact: Barbara Fornasiero, EAFocus Communications, 248.260.8466; barbara@eafocus.com Southfield, Mich. —Nov. 27, 2017— It’s proving to ...
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Michigan Supreme Court declines to grant governmental immunity to teacher in high school shop class injury case

Court of Appeals opinion stands; gross negligence lawsuit against Michigan public school teacher may proceed to a jury trial Southfield, Mich. —Nov. 2, 2017— A. Vince Colella, a civil rights ...
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Michigan Attorney Seeks Updates to 53-year-old Government Immunity Act for Public School Employees

Attorney says government immunity inhibits teachers from sharing behavioral information with parents; wants legislative changes to potentially help save students’ lives Media contact: Barbara Fornasiero, EAFocus Communications, 248.260.8466; barbara@eafocus.com Southfield, ...
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Vince Colella named to DBusiness Top Lawyers list

Southfield, Mich. — September 14, 2017 — A. Vince Colella, a civil rights and personal injury attorney and partner with Moss & Colella, P.C., has been selected by a vote ...
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Founding partners of Moss & Colella named to Michigan Super Lawyers 2017 list

Media contact: Barbara Fornasiero, EAFocus Communications, 248.260.8466; barbara@eafocus.com  Southfield, Mich. — Sept. 5, 2017 —David M. Moss and A. Vince Colella, civil rights and personal injury attorneys and name partners ...
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Michigan Court of Appeals rules that gross negiligence lawsuit against Michigan public school teacher can proceed to a jury

Michigan Court of Appeals rules that gross negiligence lawsuit against Michigan public school teacher can proceed to a jury Media contact: Barbara Fornasiero, EAFocus Communications, 248.260.8466; barbara@eafocus.com Southfield, Mich. —June ...
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Moss & Colella is Celebrating a Milestone Anniversary

Moss & Colella is celebrating a milestone anniversary. “With my senior partner and firm co-founder, David Moss, we have built a personal injury firm that has endured for 20 years. ...
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Throwing a graduation party? Know your legal liability as a social host before serving alcohol

As graduations, weddings, reunions and other milestones are celebrated this time of year, A. Vince Colella, a civil rights and personal injury attorney and partner with Moss & Colella, P.C., ...
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National Dog Bite Prevention Week is April 9 – 15; know your rights if you’ve been the victim of a dog attack in Michigan

A recent article by the Associated Press notes that dog attacks on postal carriers are on the rise due in part to an increase in online shopping and corresponding package ...
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New Michigan zipline regulations reflect the risk of recreational adventure activities, often supervised by inadequately trained young adults

A. Vince Colella, a civil rights and personal injury attorney and partner with Moss & Colella, P.C., says that new Michigan regulations that went into effect last month adding zip-lines ...
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Attorneys for family of Janet Wilson respond to Wayne County Prosecutor’s decision not to charge Dearborn Police officer in her death

A. Vince Colella, civil rights attorney and partner with Moss & Colella, P.C., responded to the announcement today by Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy that Dearborn Police Officer James Wade ...
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