Kenneth G. Galica has extensive litigation experience in the areas of federal civil rights claims, employment actions based on both federal and state law, as well as the defense of governmental entities. He has successfully defended counties, cities, townships, villages and their employees, including police officers, in multiple categories of litigation. Kenneth has the bragging rights of saying that he has never lost a case for the Michigan Municipal Risk Management Authority. On his success, he explains, “I believe in thoroughness and extensive preparation. I strive to know more about each case than the plaintiff’s lawyer and more about an area of expertise than the plaintiff’s expert.”
Kenneth frequently presents seminars on police liability issues to the FBI National Academy, the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police, the Michigan Sheriff’s Association, Michigan Municipal Risk Management Authority, Michigan Public Risk Management Association and several local law enforcement agencies.
In addition, Kenneth is an AV-Rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell. He also is a member of the State Bar of Michigan (public corporations section, negligence section and employment section), the Oakland County Bar Association (municipal law committee and negligence committee), the American Bar Association (litigation and tort section and insurance section) and the Bay County Bar Association. Further, Kenneth is a member of the Defense Research Institute, the Michigan Defense Trial Counsel and the Association of Defense Trial Counsel. He has been a Mediator for the Wayne County, Oakland County and Bay County Circuits. He received a Juris Doctor degree from the Detroit College of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Wayne State University.