Brian Bez

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Brian Bez

Brian Bez graduated from Wayne State University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, and graduated from the University of Florida, College of Law in 1984. Mr. Bez has received various honors including, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Kappa Delta as well as the Golden Key Honor Society.

Mr. Bez is licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan (1985) and the State of Florida (1984). In addition, he is licensed to practice law in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. He is and/or has been a member of the Michigan Bar Association, Florida Bar Association, Michigan Association for Justice, the American Association for Justice, and has lectured on behalf of the Michigan Association for Justice on various topics of the law.

Mr. Bez has been practicing law for approximately 25 years, and specializes in all areas of personal injury law, with a particular emphasis in automobile negligence and no-fault automobile litigation. He acts as a Case Evaluator and Arbitrator for the legal community, helping other attorneys obtain compensation for their injured clients.

Client Testimonials

“The Steinberg Law Firm did everything they said they would do. Brian Bez, Robert and Marlene were very sincere and professional.”

Mark – Howell, MI

Professional Memberships

  • State Bar of Michigan
  • State Bar of Florida
  • Michigan Association for Justice
  • American Association for Justice

Academic Background

  • Preparatory Education:  Wayne State University (B.A., 1981)
  • Legal Education:  University of Florida College of Law (J.D., 1984)

Admission To Bar

  • Florida Bar, 1984
  • Michigan Bar, 1985
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, 1984

Practice Areas

  • Personal Injury Law with a particular emphasis in automobile negligence and automobile no-fault litigation

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I’ve been an attorney now since 1984, licensed in Florida and in Michigan. I’m a rule-oriented person, and I like to solve riddles and problems. And I try to apply that to the clients and our cases. But I’ve wanted to be an attorney at a very early age. I’m ultra competitive, and I like the adversarial process to some extent, and battling it out on behalf of my clients.

Why would I be here this long? Because of the commitment and the genuineness Lee has treated not only his clients, but me. I think this firm does an excellent job of preparing the cases. I think there is a level of care and concern that I haven’t seen with other firms. I’m a friend and family member – that’s the way I feel. That’s the way Lee’s always made me feel.

We do get to know not only the injury victim, but their whole families. It’s an important part of the case. When someone’s injured, in an accident, it doesn’t just affect them: it affects the kids, it affects the spouses, it affects the coworkers, and everybody else involved in their life.

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