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Personal Injury

4 Things You Need to Know About Pedestrian Accidents

October 28, 2019 in Personal Injury,

You don’t need to be driving to be at risk on the road. The difference is that if you’re not in a car, you don’t have a large, heavy metal shell protecting you in a collision.  And as basic physics will tell you, a car...

Going to Trial: A Couple is T-Boned by a Sheriff

October 25, 2019 in Personal Injury,

A sheriff who was on a run with no lights or sirens – called stealth – in a semi residential area slams into our clients who were pulling out of a private driveway. The couple did not see him coming as he came around a...

Going to Trial: A Couple in Their 40’s Injured by a Drunk Driver

October 22, 2019 in Personal Injury,

A drunk driver ran a red light at night and T-boned our clients’ car, a couple in their 40s. The husband suffered neck and back injuries and had extensive physical therapy following the accident. His injuries caused him to miss work initially then step back...

Factors to Determine If You Have a Case Against Juul and Other E-Cig Manufacturers

October 14, 2019 in Personal Injury,

As more lawsuits are opened against Juul and the FDA and CDC continue investigations into the crisis of vaping-related illnesses, vaping’s plausible deniability is going up in smoke. More consumers are realizing the same thing: “safer” than traditional cigarettes is not the same thing as...

A 37-Year-Old Mother’s Death Could Have Been Prevented

October 11, 2019 in Personal Injury,

Giroux Amburn reaches settlement in wrongful death suit brought against surgeon and hospital. On behalf of our client we reached a confidential settlement in a medical malpractice/wrongful death case brought against a Cardiothoracic Surgeon and a hospital, regarding the preventable death of a 37-year-old mother...

Misdiagnosis of Breast Cancer Results in Woman’s Death

October 07, 2019 in Personal Injury,

Giroux Amburn fights for their client after radiologist failed to properly interpret mammogram results Plaintiff received a confidential settlement in a medical malpractice / wrongful death case brought as a result of a radiologist’s failure to properly interpret and report new findings on a mammogram...

Individual or Class Action: Which is the Right Fit for Your Vaping Case?

October 04, 2019 in Personal Injury,

Notice: If you've been injured while vaping, you need to get your own attorney and not wait for class action. Your claim may be large enough to sustain its own lawsuit, and you don’t want to run out on the statute of limitations while waiting...

What You Need to Know About the Michigan Ban on Flavored Vapes

October 03, 2019 in Personal Injury,

On September 4, Michigan became the first state in the country to ban flavored e-cigarettes. Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced the ban in response to what she called a public health emergency, stating that companies are using flavored products to get young people hooked on nicotine. ...

Is Vaping Bad for You? Understanding the Health Implications of Vaping

September 30, 2019 in Personal Injury,

Earlier this month, Michigan became the first state in the country to ban flavored vaping products. According to the governor, this was done for the express purpose of protecting Michigan teens and young adults from companies selling candy-flavored nicotine products marketed as safer than traditional...

$2.2 Million Offered Just Minutes Before Trial Begins

September 18, 2019 in Personal Injury,

Minutes Before Trial, $2,200,000 Settlement is Offered in the Wrongful Death of Woman on Motorized Scooter Having just arrived at Novi Expo center Frances was lawfully crossing a parking lot aisle while riding in a handicap motorized scooter and was hit by a car that...