Our History

Aref Law, P.L.L.C. is a Michigan based firm specializing in personal injury and automobile accidents. We are strongly committed to giving each and every one of our clients the time and effort they rightfully deserve, and guarantee no fee until we win your case! At Aref Law, you will never be treated as another number in our caseload, because we firmly believe in making every client feel like our only client. If you’ve been injured or involved in an automobile accident, call Aref Law for the services and results you deserve.

Sharif Aref

Sharif graduated from the University of Michigan-Dearborn in 2007, earning a BA in Political Science. He then went on to earn his Juris Doctorate from the University of Detroit-Mercy School of Law in 2010. During law school, Sharif gained valuable courtroom experience as an intern for United States District Court Judge Julian Able Cook Jr.

Following graduation, Sharif worked as a mediator at the 48th District Court in Bloomfield Township, Michigan. Additionally, Sharif has successfully handled many personal injury disputes and has collected over $500,000 on behalf of his clients.

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Practice Area

We Believe the Highest Quality Legal Work comes from knowing the results and outcome our clients want. We strive to have the highest level of skill to compete at the highest level. Creating results oriented strategies has made us successful.

Auto Accidents

We drive the same busy roads you do and know about the kinds of accidents that frequently occur. Recovering from an automobile accident can be physically, emotionally, and financially difficult. Fortunately, Michigan's No-Fault law provides that any person involved in an accident (involving a motorcycle, truck or car) may be entitled to recover certain benefits:

Medical Expenses

Under Michigan’s No-Fault Law, an individual may recover for “all reasonable charges incurred for reasonably necessary products, services and accommodations for an injured person’s care, recovery or rehabilitation.”


What does this mean?


In short, you may recover expenses relating to hospital bills, doctor bills, medication, medical equipment and rehabilitation expenses.

Lost Wages

Based on the no-fault wage loss formula, an injured person may receive work loss benefits for three years following the accident, which covers 85% of his/her gross lost wages.

Replacement Services

Under Michigan’s No-Fault Law, an auto accident victim is entitled to “expenses not exceeding $20 per day, reasonably incurred in obtaining ordinary and necessary services in lieu of those that, if he or she had not been injured an injured person would have performed during the first 3 years after the date of the accident, not for income but for the benefit of himself or herself or of his or her dependent.”


What does this mean?


A person providing the replacement services for the accident victim may obtain up to $20 per day for household replacement services. These services usually include cleaning, snow removal, lawn mowing, grocery shopping, preparing meals, running errands or anything around the home that the injured person used to do, but can no longer do because of the accident.

Medical Mileage

Due to their injuries, many auto accident victims drive far distances or require transportation to receive medical treatment. Fortunately, Michigan’s No-Fault law allows the injured person to receive up to 55 cents a mile.


A Contact our office today for your free medical mileage forms to document your miles traveled!

If you are facing a criminal charge and need to speak with an attorney, we can provide honest answers and effective solutions that you deserve.

We represent clients charged with any Criminal charge including:

  • DUI
  • Drug Crimes
    • Possession
    • Sales/Manufacturing
  • Violent Crimes
    • Domestic Violence
    • Assult Battery
  • Property Crimes
    • Domestic Violence
    • Theft/Larcny
    • Embezzlement