Our Firm

Martin, Bacon & Martin is uniquely qualified to meet your legal needs. Martin, Bacon & Martin was established in 1980 by James N. Martin, John G. Bacon and Jonathan E. Martin, former shareholders/partners of major civil litigation defense firms. For over thirty years, the firm has successfully defended various corporations, institutions and individuals in a wide variety of cases. Since its formation, the firm has adhered to the goal of excellence in representation. Fulfillment of the goal is exemplified throughout all stages of litigation, without exception.

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  • AV-Rated Firm
  • Serving its Clients for 30+ Years
  • Licensed in MI,OH & WI

Most of the attorneys in the firm have been trained as law clerks and enter Martin, Bacon & Martin with experience in thorough preparation and an aggressive approach to each case. Lawyers are required to participate in and report on continuing legal education programs each year. When appropriate, the firm utilizes paralegals, law clerks and an extensive support staff, all of whom are proficient in the latest word processing, document management, computer and communication technologies. Each person in the firm has a genuine commitment to the goals of the client, including cost containment without sacrificing quality of representation. Client satisfaction is evident from the continuing attorney-client relationships which Martin, Bacon & Martin has maintained since inception. Martin, Bacon & Martin maintains an aggressive approach to all phases of litigation, including discovery, document control, selection of experts, trial preparation and trial. Every case is prepared to be successfully tried. Although it is understood that many lawsuits are settled, our philosophy is that a case ready to be vigorously and successfully tried will also result in a better settlement. All of the lawyers at Martin, Bacon & Martin try cases competently and eagerly, a fact well-known to the plaintiffs’ bar and the judiciary. Clients and prospective clients are invited to ask acquaintances on the trial and appellate benches about the firm and its abilities.