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Robert Giroux Named “Go-To Lawyer” for Medical Malpractice Cases

September 30, 2021 in Firm News,

Robert Giroux Michigan Lawyers Weekly honors Robert Giroux as a “Go-To Lawyer” for Medical Malpractice Cases.  Michigan Lawyers Weekly has announced its first-ever class of “Go-To Lawyers” for Medical Malpractice" cases, which includes Managing Partner, Robert Giroux of Giroux Trial Attorneys recognized as one of the top lawyers across the state in medical malpractice.  Over...

One Year After The World Shut Down. We Are Hopeful.

March 24, 2021 in Other,News,

Looking Forward to the Year Ahead - With Hope. At this time of year we usually post something about our successes and highlights from the previous year but given the upheaval we have witnessed over the last 12 months we are going to do this...

Avoid Class Action, Retain Your Own Attorney: Navigating Your Lawsuit After the Midland Area Flood

May 28, 2020 in Other,

Note from Robert Giroux: With words like "class action" being thrown around, it's important to remember your loss is unique. We highly recommend each person and business retain their own attorney. All victims have suffered varying degrees of destruction and should be individually evaluated in...

How Does COVID-19 Affect Your Employment?

May 01, 2020 in Other,

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 Other,

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 Other,

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...

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

October 25, 2019 in Vehicle Accident,News,

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 Vehicle Accident,News,

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...

$2.2 Million Offered Just Minutes Before Trial Begins

September 18, 2019 in Other,Firm News,

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...

How Much Can You Be Paid for Wrongful Imprisonment?

May 23, 2019 in Other,

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...