Abe Weberman was born in Italy, came to Detroit at age 2 and was raised in Detroit in the Dexter-Davison area. He attended parochial school in Detroit and after graduating from High School attended Wayne State University, receiving a B. A. in Political Science in 1968.
As a child in middle school Abe had played a lawyer in a school play and greatly enjoyed it. After scoring in the top 4% on the law school admission test he realized the law was beckoning him. Abe Weberman attended WSU Law School and was a member of the Law Review in his junior and senior years. He also taught Sunday school during his law school years. Abe graduated Cum Laude in 1971.
From 1972 to 1979 he handled a variety of legal matters including many areas of personal injury, such as auto accidents, slip and falls, social security disability appeals, dog bites and others. He also handled other matters such as domestic relations, real estate, criminal, business transactions and probate and estate cases.
In 1979 Mr. Weberman joined Stalburg, Fischer, Weberman & Verros. He has focused his practice on Workers’ Compensation cases. Along with his partners, they have successfully represented many thousands of injured workers. Mr. Weberman has handled all levels of Workers’ Compensation litigation, from trials to appeals, including the Michigan Supreme Court.
Mr. Weberman and his partners have a passion for helping injured people obtain full justice. Abe has appeared on local radio discussing Worker’s Compensation law issues with callers and have been inspired to continue to fight with zeal on their behalf.
He was the first in my family to become a lawyer. His brother, son and 2 nephews have since also become lawyers. It appears to be in their DNA. It explains why after over 40 years of helping people he still got excited being a lawyer.
After more than 40 years of practice, Abe Weberman has retired on December 1, 2014 and is living primarily in Florida.
He is married and has three children.