Firm Attorneys

James Spagnuolo

Jim Spagnuolo began working in the personal injury area of the law over fourteen years ago as a law clerk for the law firm of Lopatin, Miller, Freedman, Bluestone, Herskovic & Domol during his first year of law school at Wayne State University School of Law. After graduating and passing the Bar, Jim was asked to leave the Lopatin, Miller firm by Stuart Freedman and Maurice Herskovic, who were leaving to start their own firm. He became a partner with Stuart and Morey in 2009 and remained at Freedman, Herskovic & Spagnuolo until March 2014. In March of 2014, Jim was asked to join Bone, Bourbeau, Lizza & Spagnuolo, PLLC as a partner and on March 24, 2104 the new firm Bone, Bourbeau, Lizza & Spagnuolo, PLLC was formed.


Zachary Morgan, Personal Injury Attorney, Macomb Law Group, Metro Detroit, Michigan

Zachary Morgan

Personal injury attorney Zachary R. Morgan, provides skilled legal services to the victims of motor vehicle and personal injury accidents. Zachary has worked with Attorney Jim Spagnuolo since 2015, first at Bone, Bourbeau, Lizza & Spagnuolo, PLLC, and now at Macomb Law Group. He attended the University of Detroit Mercy for both his undergraduate studies, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and law school, receiving his J.D. in 2017.


Christopher Urban

Christopher Urban

Christopher Urban graduated Summa Cum Laude from Oakland University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. He subsequently attended Wayne State University Law School on a Full-Tuition Dean’s Scholarship. He was elected Vice Chairman of the Wayne State Law Mock Trial Program his third year. Additionally, Mr. Urban worked at the Legal Advocacy for People with Cancer Clinic, providing free legal services for patients at Karmanos Cancer Center. Upon his graduation in 2016, he immediately began working in the courtroom to advocate for his clients.

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