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Attorney Jordan Acker Named July's 2018 Michigan Association for Justice Pacesetter

The Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ) is an esteemed organization that focuses on bettering legal communities throughout the state, for the mutual benefit of attorneys and clients alike. Throughout the year, it will shine a spotlight on legal professionals who have helped progress its goals, or who exemplify what it means to be a legal leader. Our team from Goodman Acker P.C. is excited to announce that Attorney Jordan Acker was chosen to be July’s 2018 MAJ Pacesetter.

This title is a tremendous honor for Jordan, who has long followed and admired the workings of MAJ members. Attorney Gerald Acker, Jordan’s father, previously served as the President of MAJ and has continued to remain an integral member of the organization. Gerald’s dedication and actions proved to be a fantastic example for Jordan to follow.

After working within the Obama Administration, Attorney Jordan Acker joined MAJ in 2013. Ever since, he has been studiously taking advantage of the organization’s seminars, classes, networks, and more, all to improve his abilities as a plaintiff attorney, and ultimately improve the lives of the people he represents.

The Michigan Association for Justice published an article that highlighted his selection as Pacesetter. You can view that article by clicking here. Jordan showed his appreciation for Goodman Acker P.C., calling it “a true family business.” The article also shared some of his most notable success stories, as well as his support of Justice PAC. When everything is considered, it is a great honor for Attorney Jordan Acker to be named a Pacesetter, and it is a title he is determined to live up to and respect.

Would you like to know more about Attorney Acker of Goodman Acker P.C., or our services as a Detroit’s trusted team of personal injury lawyers? Please do not hesitate to call (248) 793-2010. We offer free initial consultations 24/7 for client convenience.