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Family Represented by Robert Giroux Receives more than $2 million

November 29, 2017 in In the Media,

BAY CITY, MI — A Bay County jury has found that a Gladwin County logging company owes a Garfield Township family more than $2 million for the traffic-related death of one of their loved ones. The wrongful death trial before Bay County Circuit Judge Harry...

Robert Giroux spearheads legal team in Pittsburgh Case

November 29, 2017 in In the Media,

PITTSBURGH — Jurors in Jordan Miles' lawsuit against three Pittsburgh police officers have begun hearing testimony from the officers themselves. Officer David Sisak's exchanges with Miles' attorney, Robert Giroux, were contentious as they discussed the actions of Sisak and officers Michael Saldutte and Richard Ewing...

Giroux Amburn Trial Attorneys to Expand Office Space to Accommodate Growth

November 07, 2017 in Press Releases,

Southfield, Michigan | October 26, 2016   Giroux Amburn, a law firm specializing in personal injury cases, is expanding after only one year in their current space in Southfield, Michigan.  Currently, with 10,000 square feet on the first floor, the expansion will be added to the second...

Giroux Amburn Adds Appeals Department

November 07, 2017 in Press Releases,

Southfield, Michigan | October 26, 2016 Giroux Amburn, a law firm specializing in personal injury and trial cases has added an appeals department.  An ideal extension of a firm with extensive trial experience, the appeals department will manage all internal appeals and can take the lead on...

When Should I Hire An Insurance Claim Lawyer?

March 01, 2017 in Personal Injury,

Though you can certainly hire an attorney to assist you with your claim later on in the process, it will be the most effective if you hire an insurance claim lawyer from the very beginning. The reason this is important is that you and your...

Preparing for a Deposition

February 10, 2017 in Personal Injury,

Today I'm going to discuss with you a little about taking depositions, or better yet, attending depositions. So if you're a plaintiff, meaning the person bringing the case, or you're a defendant, the person against whom the case is being brought, these are some things...

Why am I Not Being Compensated When I have Full Insurance Coverage?

November 04, 2016 in Personal Injury,

Automobile accident cases in Michigan are governed by the Michigan No-Fault Act which provides full coverage to those who have insurance. The Michigan No-Fault Act basically breaks down injury claims against the at fault driver into two categories: Non Economic Benefits. These are claims for...

How Can I Prove Medical Malpractice In Michigan?

October 26, 2016 in Personal Injury,

Since the early 1990's, Michigan has enacted modified legislation regarding medical malpractice lawsuits. The most radical change implemented relates to the concepts of 'Discovery’ and 'Affidavits of Merit.' Michigan's Malpractice Lawsuit Restrictions Statutes of Limitations A medical malpractice lawsuit must be started within two years...

Can a Car Insurance Company Suspend My Drivers License?

October 10, 2016 in Personal Injury,

A car insurance company can report the details of an accident or ticket to the licensing agency that can lead to a suspension, however, only the government licensing agency or a court can suspend a driver's license. If a car insurance company sues you and...

You’ve been a Victim of Police Brutality, What Should You Do?

July 01, 2016 in Personal Injury,

Being subjected to misconduct by the police can be one of the most intimidating and stressful ordeals you can go through. Police are seen as authority figures, and their word and actions are typically seen as justified to maintain law and order; therefore, it can...