1990, All Michigan Courts and U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan.
Admitted Pro Hac Vice (limited to a particular case) in Ohio, Indiana and Missouri.
J.D. 1990, Drake University
Phi Alpha Delta International Law Fraternity (admitted, 1987; President, Chester Cole Chapter, 1988-1989).
Moot Court Board 1988-1990 (Vice President, 1989-1990, Outstanding Achievement Award for Moot Court Arguments, 1988).
Honor Board, Justice at Large, 1989-1990.
American Jurisprudence Award, 1990.
Presidential Award, 1988 and 1989.
B.A. 1987, James Madison College of Michigan State University; Major-Socio-Economics; Minor-Spanish.
State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship.
American Association for Justice, American Bar Association, Federal Bar Association, Michigan Association for Justice, The National Trial Lawyers, Michigan Bar Association, Grand Rapids Bar Association.
Practice limited to plaintiff's serious personal injury including car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, construction injuries, wrongful death, traumatic brain injuries, unsafe premises liability, burn injuries, dog bites, nursing home injuries and Michigan no-fault claims.
Scott has experience with many trials and settlements. His recoveries for individual clients include:
$700,000 (Present value of payments totalling more than $900,000)
$475,000 (Present value of payments totalling more than $1,700,000)
And hundreds of other recoveries.