As a founding partner of the Ryan, Morton & Imms, LLC, law firm in West Chester, Pennsylvania, attorney Michael T. Imms helps individuals and businesses protect their rights, their entitlements and their interests. Serving residents in the Philadelphia metro area, as well as throughout Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Bucks, Lancaster and Berks counties, Mr. Imms represents clients who have legal needs related to the following practice areas:
· Personal injury
· Civil and commercial litigation
· Business law and transactions
· Real estate and municipal law
After graduating from Drexel University in 1982, Mr. Imms worked in business and industry for 12 years before deciding to pursue his legal career. He returned to school and obtained his Juris Doctor from Widener University School of Law in 1996. The Pennsylvania Bar Association admitted him to practice that same year, and since that time, Mr. Imms has had a successful career in private practice serving his clients on matters related to mergers and acquisitions, employment law, construction litigation, collections and more.
With more than 15 years of experience as a trial lawyer, Mr. Imms has earned a reputation as a formidable litigator who gets results. His past business experience coupled with his intense desire to see justice served enables him to offer unique insights into his clients' cases. As a result, he has secured substantial settlements and awards for personal injury victims and their families, as well as completed numerous multimillion-dollar businesses and real estate transactions and acquisitions.
Dedicated to his practice, Mr. Imms remains active in several professional organizations, including the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Chester County Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Association for Justice.
Super Lawyers: 2011 - 2017 Rising Stars: 2005 - 2006
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Last Updated: 3/3/2017