In 2016, Kevin obtained the largest individual police misconduct verdict in the history of the State of Michigan with a $36.63 Million verdict in Jennings v. Fuller, et. al.
Kevin has obtained several multi-million dollar jury verdicts and settlements throughout his career, including the largest employment discrimination verdict in the State of Michigan in 2014.
Kevin Ernst has been practicing law for over 30 years. After graduating from Wayne State Law School with honors, he was mentored by civil rights legend Hugh M. (Buck) Davis for approximately six years before he began his own practice in 1996. He has specialized in civil rights cases for his entire career.
Kevin was joined by Ali Charara and Stephen Lovell to form Ernst Charara & Lovell. He still focuses on civil rights cases and is currently leading the charge in a major class action lawsuit involving the Michigan Unemployment Agency.
“For 30 years I have fought the government, insurance companies and corporations on behalf of my clients to ensure that they had their day in court and were satisfied that justice was done. I have always stood up to power and I will never back down when seeking justice for you.”
Kevin S. Ernst