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Personal Injury

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

May 28, 2020 in Personal Injury,

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...

Keep Your Paws Off: How to Stop a Dog from Biting

May 08, 2020 in Personal Injury,

During these difficult times, nothing is more refreshing than asking your dog, “Do you want to go for a walk?” and taking a spin around the neighborhood. Your dog is delighted to spend work time playing with their favorite person and you’re soothed by the...

Ask Questions Before Hiring a Lawyer

May 07, 2020 in Personal Injury,

What kinds of questions should you ask before retaining a personal injury attorney? Choosing the best personal injury law firm to represent you can be an arduous task. Attorney advertisements are everywhere, on television, online, on billboards, and on the sides of buses. With so...

Protecting Your Family from Dog Bites

May 05, 2020 in Personal Injury,

If you’re like many people these days, you’re spending more quality time at home and taking advantage of fresh air when you can get it. Unfortunately, this can also mean less than friendly interactions with your neighborhood dogs.  Under Michigan’s leash law, which dates back...

Bicycle Safety for the Whole Family: Keeping Safe While Riding a Bicycle

April 20, 2020 in Personal Injury,

In times like these, when you’re out and about with your family, staying safe matters more than ever before. So, too, does getting fresh air and a bit of exercise to relieve stress.  Dusting off your bikes in the garage and setting out for a...

How Can a Personal Injury Attorney Help Me?

April 07, 2020 in Personal Injury,

When a person behaves in a negligent manner, accidents are often not far behind. Both injuries and property damage can result from a number of occurrences, including car accidents, medical malpractice, and construction mishaps, and one person's negligence is usually a factor in these events....

Why You Need to Collect Truck Driver Data After a Car Accident

April 01, 2020 in Personal Injury,

A truck accident is one of the most devastating accidents you can experience on the road. Basic physics just isn’t in your favor—trucks are 20 to 30 times heavier than passenger cars and have much higher ground clearance.  It should come as little surprise, then,...

What is a Black Box and How Can It Contribute to My Auto Accident Case?

March 13, 2020 in Personal Injury,

If you’ve bought a car in the last several years, chances are that it comes with an extra feature you didn’t know about—a “black box” which records critical information about your car’s performance in the moments leading up to an accident.  This also means that...

How Weather Reports Can Support Your Case in Weather Related Car Accidents

March 09, 2020 in Personal Injury,

A car accident involves a cross-section of any number of factors. Some you can control, some you can’t. For example, while you can control your wipers and headlights, you can’t control the weather that might demand you to use them.  However, you can use weather...

How Car Accident Photos Can Help Support Your Lawsuit

March 06, 2020 in Personal Injury,

From parking lot fender-benders to terrifying highway pileups, car accidents happen every day and they have a way of catching us off guard. But unlike many other incidents, car accident evidence is often swept away after police arrive to collect statements and participants are sent...