Attorney Christopher T. Lang

Christopher T. Lang
P: 248-663-7740
F: 248-663-7741

Chris’s practice focuses on first- and third-party automotive defense and other general liability matters. His past experience includes commercial litigation, security compliance and commercial transaction matters. He also gained valuable experience in courtroom practice and procedure while working as the Judicial Staff Attorney for the Honorable Lisa Langton in Oakland County Circuit Court.


General & Automotive Liability
Premises Liability


Michigan State University College of Law
(J.D. magna cum laude, 2014)

Lake Forest College (B.A. cum laude, 2011)


State Bar of Michigan
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan


MSU College of Law All-school Negotiation Competition Semi-Finalist (2012, 2013)


Defense Research Institute
ICLE New Lawyers Advisory Board
Michigan Defense Trial Counsel
Oakland County Bar Association
– Inns of Court


Defended an auto insurance client in a case where the plaintiff sustained injuries as the result of a hit and run. Through thorough discovery, Collins Einhorn was able to secure an involuntary dismissal from the Court of the injured party’s claim.

Successfully defended an infrastructure solutions firm in a case where the plaintiff was injured during a construction project. Plaintiff claimed nearly a million dollars of damages. The claim resulted in a five-figure settlement.

Obtained summary disposition in a personal injury case, where plaintiff was injured after crashing her bike in the vicinity of a prominent Detroit construction project. Plaintiff claimed over a million dollars in damages. Upon thorough discovery, it was determined that the defendant was not the entity in control of signage and safety for the project, which resulted in in a summary disposition on behalf of the defendant.

Obtained summary disposition on behalf of the defendant in a personal injury case where the plaintiff was injured after striking a vehicle on a snowmobile trail. Thorough discovery and research determined that the trial plaintiff was riding on was open to all vehicles. The Court granted summary disposition on behalf of the defendant.

Defended an auto insurance company client in a case where the injured parties were injured in a rear-end accident. Through detailed fact gathering and discovery of the defense team, it was determined that plaintiff had misidentified the individual involved in the accident, and the case was settled for a nominal amount.