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How Much Can You Be Paid for Wrongful Imprisonment?

May 23, 2019 in Personal Injury,

Michigan is one of the 33 states with a statute that provides monetary compensation for persons who have been exonerated Michigan provides for statutory compensation for persons who have served time in a state correctional facility for 1 or more crimes that he or she...

The 7 Most Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries

May 20, 2019 in Personal Injury,

You’ve always felt safe on your bike. More than that, you’ve always felt free. Free to love the open road, free to revel in the feeling of flying down the highway. Then, you were in an accident. And your motorcycle accident injuries did more than...

The Consequences of a Traumatic Brain Injury After a Motorcycle Accident

May 16, 2019 in Personal Injury,

The brain is an amazing organ. It’s also amazingly fragile. Even a minor knock can throw off its chemistry. So if you’re caught in a motorcycle accident, the long-term consequences can affect you for the rest of your life. And only a doctor can tell...

Employer May Revoke Employment Offer If You Test Positive for Marijuana

May 02, 2019 in Appeals,

Even with an MMMA Card, a potential employer can revoke an employment offer if you test positive for Marijuana. Although you may have a medical marijuana card that affords you certain protections under the Michigan Medical Marijauna Act (MMMA), the Michigan Court of Appeals held...

Top 5 Motorcycle Safety Tips All Riders Should Know

April 29, 2019 in Personal Injury,

There’s nothing quite like the feeling of cruising down the road on a motorcycle. The wind whips by and you can feel the power of the bike underneath you. But all that power won’t do you any good if you’re caught in an auto accident....

Can a City Mark My Car Tires With Chalk to Enforce Parking Limits?

April 24, 2019 in Appeals,

Can a City Mark My Car Tires With Chalk to Enforce Parking Limits? We have all experienced this -- you park your car in a zone indicated with a maximum parking time period and come back to your vehicle to find your tires have been...

Robert Giroux Named to 2019 Class of Leaders in the Law by Michigan Lawyers Weekly

April 18, 2019 in In the Media,

Southfield, MI – Giroux Amburn’s, founding partner Robert Giroux has been honored as a 2019 Leader in the Law by Michigan Lawyers Weekly. Giroux will be recognized along with 29 other distinguished attorneys on April 18th at Troy Marriott. The awards program which honors attorneys...

The Most Common Motorcycle Crashes and How to Avoid Them

April 15, 2019 in Personal Injury,

You live for the thrill of the open road. But your family lives in fear of the day they get a phone call that you’ve been in an accident. It’s more common than you think—there were 142 motorcycle accidents in Michigan in 2017, or roughly...

Appeals Court Holds Landlord Cannot Avoid Responsibility for Shopping Center Parking Lot Completely Covered in Ice

April 08, 2019 in Appeals, Personal Injury,

Michigan Case Law Updates Livings v Sage’s Investment Group, LLC - Unpublished MI Court of Appeals Decision, Docket No. 339152, February 26, 2019 In a 2-1 decision, the Michigan Court of Appeals affirmed a Macomb County Circuit Court’s denial of a commercial landlord’s motion for...

What Is The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program?

April 01, 2019 in Personal Injury,

The Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) provides an alternative to traditional litigation to resolve claims involving vaccine-related injuries. The VICP was created in 1986 to provide fair and efficient compensation to individuals who are affected by vaccines. It also limits liability for vaccine manufacturers and...