J. Timothy Esper
Born and raised on the west side of Detroit, attorney J. Timothy Esper would later launch a successful legal career that would change the way Michigan citizens handle tragedy for years to come. With over 39 years of diversified experience working with clients and cases of all types, attorney J. Timothy Esper specializes in workers compensation, specifically focusing on construction accidents.
Mark A. Aiello
Focusing primarily on cases pertaining to Social Security disability, workers compensation, estate planning and veteran’s benefits, it’s clear to see Mark A. Aiello’s passion is finding justice for hard-working and deserving people. Attorney Mark A. Aiello is one of few who can boast a 90% success rate for acquiring compensation for cases having to do with Social Security.
Attorney John Buehner is an especially compassionate legal representative whose passion for helping the most well-deserving citizens and civil servants of Michigan get the support they need, has allowed him to become an invaluable member of the Esper Aiello Law Group. Attorney John Buehner’s past includes protecting the pensions of state employees, firemen, policemen, and teachers, as well as his work helping those in need.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1945, attorney Paul J. Palgut grew up in the Detroit Corktown area and sustained a rewarding career lasting more than 35 years. However, even after retiring, he couldn’t tear himself away from the people who needed him most: his clients. He continues to practice his skills on workers compensation cases through assisting other attorneys with medical depositions, mediations, and facilitations for injured workers.
Attorney Daniel J. Harris is a respected Michigan attorney whose glowing reputation throughout the state has made him a coveted representative for a number of clients. On his own, attorney Daniel J. Harris is a remarkable individual with exceptional motivations and a vast understanding of several diverse fields of law, but as a member of Esper Aiello Law Group, he is able to be a part of something even bigger and reach even more people in need with his skills.
In 1979, he was one of the three founding members of the National Organization of Social Security Claimant Representatives (NOSSCR).