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Contingency Fees: Making it Possible for You to Retain a Personal Injury Attorney

February 24, 2021 in Personal Injury,

The beauty of having a contingency fee arrangement Personal injury victims often feel like they’re living in the worst possible nightmare. They have sustained a serious injury in a car crash or other catastrophic event from which they need to physically and emotionally recover. Their...

What Do Personal Injury Law Firms Do?

January 22, 2021 in Personal Injury,

Personal injury cases encompass much more than you may expect. Personal injury lawyers specialize in tort law: the branch of civil law that deals with harms and injustices caused by private citizens, companies or branches of the government but excluding contractual issues. While typically associated...

Safe Winter Driving: How to Drive Safely in Snow

January 22, 2021 in Personal Injury,

Michigan drivers know winter. At least, we like to think we do. There’s just one problem: with Michigan winter weather conditions, drivers can’t afford that bravado. After all, Michigan is one of the top ten most dangerous states to drive in during the winter. If...

An SUV Crash is More Deadly in Pedestrian Accidents

January 22, 2021 in Personal Injury,

There are few experiences as traumatic as pedestrian accidents. One moment, you’re just walking down the street, minding your own business. The next, your life is changed forever. A pedestrian is simply no match for a several-thousand-pound vehicle barreling toward them. But as a new...

In a Wrongful Death Case, Research and Preparation Pays Off

January 22, 2021 in Personal Injury,

Giroux Trial Attorneys represented the family of a 45-year-old man who, while involved in a construction project, fell approximately 150 feet to his death. In doing so, we made a significant discovery for our clients, allowing us to expand their wrongful death lawsuit and their...

Contingency Fees: Making it Possible for You to Retain a Personal Injury Attorney

December 09, 2020 in Personal Injury,

The beauty of having a contingency fee arrangement Personal injury victims often feel like they’re living in the worst possible nightmare. They have sustained a serious injury in a car crash or other catastrophic event from which they need to physically and emotionally recover. Their...

5 Tips to Help Keep You Safe While Riding Your Bike

December 09, 2020 in Personal Injury,

Safe Biking Tips for Your Ride Bicycling is one of the most popular activities for children, adults, and families across America. Sources estimate that over 103 million Americans own bicycles, and upwards of 20 million bikes are sold annually. Perhaps not surprisingly, the Covid-19 pandemic...

Boating Accidents: Alcohol is Still a Leading Cause

September 14, 2020 in Personal Injury,

Boating Accidents It’s a beautiful day to be on the water. The sun is shining and the kids are having a great time. Then another boater puts you family in danger, and you find out later that alcohol was to blame. Alcohol is nothing to...

What are the Rules for Trampoline Owners (and Users) in Michigan?

August 26, 2020 in Personal Injury,

As summer sets in, people are spending more time outside enjoying the nice weather. Both adults and children are spending more time participating in outdoor activities such as using trampolines. Trampolines are one source of fun for all ages. However, in spite of their attraction,...

7 Legal Requirements of Public Swimming Pool Owners

August 24, 2020 in Personal Injury,

Every year more than 3,500 people die from drowning.  It is the fifth most common cause of accidental death.  Worse, it can take less than two minutes for a person to drown.  Your child can drown in less time than it takes to go to...