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How Does COVID-19 Affect Your Employment?

May 01, 2020 in In the Media,

Michigan’s Stay Home, Stay Safe Order has raised many concerns with Michigan employees and their employers. The order, among other things, requires workers who are not necessary to sustain or protect life to stay home. The order prohibits a person or entity from operating a...

U.S. Government Announces Plan to Cover Expenses for COVID-19 Treatment if a Patient is Uninsured

April 29, 2020 in In the Media,

Times are difficult for Americans now, especially for those who are currently unemployed and do not have health insurance. Under the CARES Act, if a person does not have health insurance and they have been treated for COVID-19 on or after February 4, 2020, the...

COVID- 19: Auto Insurance Companies Issue Credits

April 08, 2020 in In the Media,

Auto Insurers to Issue Refunds to Policyholders Due to the Significant Decrease in Accidents During the Pandemic As a result of the pandemic and the Stay at Home orders issued by most states in the U.S., there are fewer cars on the road. Less cars...

Covid 19 and Your Legal Case FAQs

April 02, 2020 in In the Media,

What happens to the statute of limitations if cases are paused during the COVID 19 crisis? Will I get an extension? The Michigan Supreme Court issued Administrative Order 2020-3, extending “all deadlines pertaining to case initiation and the filing of initial responsive pleadings in civil...

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 Trial Attorneys’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...

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...