Southfield's Goodman Acker Adds 3 New Attorneys


Goodman Acker PC, a Southfield-based personal injury law firm has added three new attorneys to the firm. They are: Charles W. Wojno, Johnny A. Hamood, and Eboney R. Hughes.

 Wojno, far left, previously worked at Wigod & Falzon PC, where he worked as an associate attorney. Prior to that, he spent the first 20 years with Berger, Miller & Strager PC.

A  graduate of University of Detroit School of Law and resident of Grosse Ile, Wojno actively supports his community, serving as a member of the Grosse Ile Township Board of Zoning Appeals and the Grosse Ile Athletic Boosters. He also is a member of the Knights of Columbus at Sacred Heart Catholic Church on Grosse Ile.

Hamood, center, joined Goodman Acker from Garan Lucow Miller PC.  Specializing in civil and personal injury litigation, Hamood is responsible for representing clients in a variety of personal injury matters. A resident of Dearborn, Hamood earned his law degree from Wayne State University Law School. He is an active member of the Arab American Chamber of Commerce and the Arab American Bar Association.

Hughes will work with the personal injury protection team, where she is responsible for processing claims and assisting with personal injury litigation files.  Prior to joining Goodman Acker, Hughes worked as a sole practitioner. 

A Detroit native, Hughes received her juris doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing and her undergraduate degree from Detroit’s Wayne State University.

Additionally, Wojno, Hamood, and Hughes all are members of the Michigan Association for Justice, formerly known as the Michigan Trial Lawyers Association, a non-profit organization of approximately 1,600 members dedicated to furthering civil justice and access to the courts for the people of the State of Michigan.