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Buckfire Law Attorney Spotlight: Get to Know Randall M. Blau

Posted on Feb 07, 2018


Michigan Medical Malpractice Lawyer Randall Blau

Randall M. Blau is an experienced trial attorney who has been a member of the Buckfire Law team for more than 10 years. Get to know more about him in this edition’s "Buckfire Law Attorney Spotlight"

Randy Blau graduated from the University of Detroit School of Law in 1996.

Since his graduation, Blau has fought for his clients' rights, obtaining millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements.

His dedication has awarded him numerous awards and distinctions, including being named a SuperLawyer, as well as being selected a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which recognizes the most prestigious trial lawyers in the United States.

Blau -- who specializes in medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, wrongful death, and automobile negligence cases -- has been listed in the Top Ten Settlements of the Year for the state of Michigan multiple times in the last decade.  He said believes he can make a difference in the lives of his clients at Buckfire Law by getting them the care and settlements they deserve.

Outside of the office, Blau said he has a passion for volunteering in youth sports, as well as supporting organizations that help underprivileged kids to go camp. He's also part of various fundraising efforts for childhood cancer.

A three-time national tennis team champion at Kalamazoo College, Blau passed on his passion for sports to his children. He has been the coach of many of his kids’ sports teams and is currently the Director of Little League Baseball in Franklin, Michigan.

Question-and-answer session with Randy:

What was your dream job as a kid?

I really wanted to be an actor.

What is your favorite lawyer movie?

That’s a hard one. I absolutely love A Few Good Men, My Cousin Vinny, and The Firm

If you could invite three people to a dinner party, dead or alive, who would they be?

I would invite my grandfather, so my kids could have the opportunity to meet him, Steve Jobs, and Arthur Ashe.

What is the best thing about being a lawyer?

Helping people. I like practicing this side of law because I really feel I can make a difference. It's very rewarding to know you helped give your client the means for the best care for themselves or their loved one.