Mr. Hohauser has published numerous articles on various topics of the law, read them below:


Dental Implants: An Emerging Area of Malpractice

Is The Bar Important or Self Important?

Contributing Author:

Medical Malpractice: A Practical Approach to the 1993 Act in Michigan

Soft Tissue Injury - The Plaintiff's Case

Premises Liability: Overview and Update of the Law

Dog Bite in Michigan

The Keys of the Rabbi or Can the 'Adversarial' System Survive?

Michael S. Hohauser

Michael Hohauser has more than 40 years of experience representing injury victims. His in-depth knowledge of technical medical concepts and scientific material relevant to personal injury cases makes him unique in the field. Throughout the Firm’s history, he has emphasized legal scholarship as essential to the successful practice of law, and regularly contributes to legal publications. His writings have received numerous awards honoring his contributions to the legal profession.

Mr. Hohauser is very gratified to help train other attorneys as an adjunct professor of law and as a mentor in the field. The associate attorneys of Hohauser Kuchon exemplify the qualities he upholds.

Over the years he has worked continually to better the community. His contribution to the Lighthouse of Oakland County earned him the Sanford Rosenthal Award in 2004.
In 2000 he was recognized by the Women’s Bar Association for his contributions to the legal profession. In addition, he was awarded National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers 2012-2014 and DBusiness Top Lawyers multiple years. He also holds the highest AV rating on Martindale Hubbell.

Practice Areas

Personal Injury including all forms of Automobile Negligence, No-Fault Insurance, Truck Accidents, Bus Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Birth Trauma, Dog Bite, Dramshop, Slip and Fall, Wrongful Death, E.Coli, Food Poisoning and Medical Malpractice.


Michigan State University, B.A., 1969

Law School

Detroit College of Law, J.D., 1974


Oakland County Bar Association (Elected Board of Directors, 1992-1995; Secretary; Treasurer; President Elect, 1995-1999; President, 1999-2000)

State Bar of Michigan (Commissioner, 2000-2006; Member, Section on Negligence; Member, Representative Assembly, 1989-1995, 1990-2002; Civil Procedure Committee, Member, 1985-1993; Chair, 1992, 1993)

The Association of Trial Lawyers of America


Adjunct Professor, Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 2006-2007

Adjunct Professor, University of Detroit Mercy College of Law, 1999