Loretta Subhi is an accomplished attorney with over 30 years of experience practicing law. Her expertise includes Medical Malpractice Litigation, Insurance Defense and Civil Litigation, including appellate practice with experience in the Michigan Court of Appeals, Michigan Supreme Court and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Loretta has been a presenter at seminars for physicians, residents and medical students regarding protecting themselves against medical malpractice claims, what to do when they have been sued and how to conduct themselves during depositions. She has also been a presenter for attorneys regarding reviewing medical records.
In 2008 Loretta received the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating of “BV” – the maximum rating a lawyer who has been practicing for at least nine years can achieve, indicating high to very high legal ability and the highest ethics. She has continued to achieve such every year.
Loretta graduated cum laude from the University of Notre Dame Law School in 1988. She graduated magna cum laude from Albion College in 1985.
Loretta is also involved in her community currently volunteering at the St. John’s food cupboard, Burcham Hills Retirement Home and numerous activities with her Parish (St. Thomas Aquinas/St. John’s Student Center). In 1991 she received an award for outstanding Pro Bono Service to the Ingham County Community. She is a member of the St. Vincent de Paul Society at St. John’s Student Center, elected Vice President in 2020. Loretta is a colon cancer survivor. She runs a Cancer Ministry at her Parish for those undergoing treatment for any type of cancer. The ministry also includes friends and families of parishioners, as well as some people who found out about the ministry with no connection to the parish. She also started a professional women’s group called “Oasis” which provides spiritual support for women in and out of the workplace. She supports numerous charities focusing on children and women in need, hospice services and services for the homeless as well as cancer research and the military.