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Geoffrey Fieger is one of the most successful trial lawyers in the country. He has published scholarly articles on the law and is constantly in demand as an expert for high-profile media trials. His charismatic personality made him the star of the Fox series Power of Attorney and of the CBS radio program, Fieger Time. He appears regularly on CNN, Fox, MSNBC and other networks commenting on various legal issues and cases. For eight years Geoffrey appeared nightly on Fox’s On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.

After three and a half decades of practicing law, Geoffrey is best known for winning trials. He has won more multimillion-dollar…

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The Largest Verdicts

Since 1980, when Geoffrey Fieger won a $1 million verdict in his first trial, Fieger Law has achieved more than 157 verdicts or settlements of $1 million or more. Many of these cases have set precedents and set new state and national standards.

Record-breaking victories include $144.5 million in a birth trauma case in Michigan, believed to be the largest medical malpractice verdict in the U.S. in 2011, and a $56.5 million verdict in a civil rights claim involving a jail death, the biggest in Indiana history.

Unlike many law firms that are quick to settle, Fieger Law is not afraid to go to trial.

And we’re not afraid to win.

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  • July 24, 2014
    In My America: David & Goliath

    Where can a wrong be righted in spite of money and influence? Where can an ordinary person’s voice be heard above the noise of the rich and powerful, and where can justice prevail and the truth be told? Where can David take on Goliath and win? Right here in America, in the courtroom, where I work [...]

  • July 22, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: Birth “Trauma”

    One of the more difficult types of cases that I handle is the result of medical negligence that leads to a child being injured during birth. It is a gut-wrenching situation when a baby is injured for life, and it affects the lives of their entire family. Many of these children suffer from brain injuries that render them [...]

  • July 10, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: Crisis at the Border

    The flood of women and children creating the crisis at the Texas border is not an immigration problem. It is a refugee problem. These children are fleeing countries where there is no rule of law, countries like Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. The murder rate in these countries is more akin to a war zone [...]

  • July 9, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vt0Y39eMvpISome of you may remember the old Monty Python skit. A man is being given the third degree about something minor when, out of exasperation, he says “Well, I didn’t expect the Spanish Inquisition!” Then suddenly a group of men dressed in red cleric robes burst through the door and says “NOBODY expects the Spanish Inquisition!” Well, [...]

    June 26, 2014
    Verdicts & Settlements: $144.5 Million in Record-Setting Case

    A $144.5 million verdict obtained by Fieger Law in 2011 is the largest ever awarded in a medical malpractice case in the nation. Geoffrey Fieger, with help from Fieger Law Counsel Jack Beam, procured the award on behalf of a Macomb Township family in a tragic birth trauma case against William Beaumont Hospital in Royal [...]

  • June 26, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: The Conservative Divide

    Researchers call it “internal consistency.” It is the quality of a theory whereby the basic principles lead to a predictable outcome consistent with those principles. It is a quality profoundly lacking in the current version of American Conservastism, and in full display at the “Faith and Freedom Coalition” convention in Washington this week. There, among [...]

  • June 26, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: Bergdahl and the Real Threat to Americans

    Jon Stewart got it exactly right with his Daily Show routine on the conservative media mania over the Bergdahl exchange with Taliban leaders from Gitmo. He called it “Home is Where the Hate Is” encapsulating the hatred being expressed toward Sgt. Bergdahl and President Obama. We’ve talked before about my feelings about Bergdahl (we don’t [...]

  • June 20, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: Media Begins Second Campaign for War

    Déjà vu. I turned on the television to watch the Sunday morning news shows a couple of days ago and it was like watching the same goblins from 2003 spouting their gobbledygook. Crystal, Wolfowitz, Bremer, McCain, Feith, Cheney … the same guys who were wrong about everything concerning Iraq calling for us to invade Iraq [...]

  • June 18, 2014
    In My America: Equal Justice

    In my America everyone, rich and poor, gets equal [...]

  • Media: Let It Rip / GM Recall Crisis
    June 17, 2014
    Media: Let It Rip / GM Recall Crisis

    Geoffrey Fieger joins the Let It Rip panel on Fox 2 News to discuss the GM Recall [...]

  • June 15, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: Islamic Reformation

    The headlines from 1560 in Europe could have looked exactly like those from the Middle East today: “Religious Warfare Kills Thousands!”  In Iraq, the Sunnis are slaughtering the Shia’ in a religious civil war at a rate even more prolific than when the Shia’ slaughtered the Sunnis after the fall of Sadaam (and not coincidently [...]

  • June 14, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: Something Right – and Here in Detroit

    So much in the world seems to be going wrong, and there is so much anger and division in our society that it can be difficult sometimes to focus on what is going right. Even I can get caught up in defending victims to the point where I despair unless I can be reminded that [...]

  • June 12, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: GOP and Sexual Dysfunction

    The GOP is the party of sexually dysfunctional men. That was NOT a reference to old white men (and the problem of ED per se). Rather it is a reflection of their obsession with sex and misogyny. The most recent example among many was the column of George Will (the wannabe intellectual heir to William [...]

  • June 11, 2014
    Fieger Times Blog: Bergdahl

    Many of you have seen my series of commercials “My America.” In them, I try to emphasize the values and liberties that make our country so special in the world and in history. Since we are having another “America” moment created by the media on the return of Sgt. Bergdahl from captivity in Afghanistan, I [...]

  • June 6, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: D_Day Considered

    Today is the anniversary of D-Day and the focus has been on the men who sacrificed so much to preserve liberty. They deserve our gratitude, but more than gratitude they deserve our efforts. The fight for liberties continues, not just in the mountains of the Hindu-Kush, but in the courtrooms of our country. Our liberty [...]

  • May 19, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: On John Conyers

    One of the truly decent men serving in Congress is John Conyers. The recent flap about not gathering enough valid signatures to place his name on the ballot is not a reflection on his lack of popular support. Rather it is due to a law (that is probably unconstitutional) requiring those gathering signatures to be [...]

    May 19, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: Am I Becoming a Republican?

    In a memorable passage from Joyce’s “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man” he was confessing to a friend that he had lost his faith. The friend responded “Does that mean you have become a Protestant then?” to which he responded “I said I had lost my faith, not my mind.” Lately I [...]

    Fieger Time Blog: Banksters

    Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman made news recently when he admitted that the Glass-Steagall Act should have never been repealed by the Clinton Administration. The Glass-Steagall Act was passed during the Great Depression to prevent another stock market crash and Depression, and it worked for decades. Clinton Administration members, notably Secretary of Treasury Robert Rubin, [...]

    Fieger Time Blog: Springtime

    It used to be that the onset of spring was marked by certain rituals such as Opening Day, and changes consistent with warmth such as green grass and blossoms on the fruit trees. Baseball is here in the “D,” but seeing a night game now is more akin to being at a hockey game. It [...]

    April 28, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: Professor Bundy — Conservative 101

    While CNN continues to report on every random piece of debris found in the Indian Ocean, other media networks have moved on to more important things. One notable trend has been the strange case of Cliven Bundy. Every once in a while a personality rises above the staccato din of the media to offer an [...]

    April 28, 2014
    Fieger Time Blog: Even the Pope

    Income inequality is rapidly becoming one of the most discussed and divisive issues in our society, and around the world. Academic research has been grinding out the inescapable conclusion that our society is among the most economically unequal in world history, and the differences between industrialized countries (an antiquated term that should be replaced by [...]

  • Verdicts & Settlements: $20 Million in Birth Trauma Case
    April 25, 2014
    Verdicts & Settlements: $20 Million in Birth Trauma Case

    Geoffrey Fieger announced a $20 million verdict against the Detroit Medical Center and Hutzel Hospital for brain injuries suffered at birth by Chelsie Barker, age 15, of [...]

    April 25, 2014
    Verdicts & Settlements: Giroux Celebrates Landmark Year

    Congratulations to Robert M. Giroux, Jr., Senior Partner of Fieger Law, who recently obtained an outstanding number of judgments in favor of his [...]

    April 24, 2014
    Verdicts & Settlements: $3 Million in Coal Mining Fatality

    Geoffrey Fieger recently reached a $3 million settlement in a deliberate intent case involving the death of a coal miner in a fatal rib roll accident at a coal mine in West [...]

  • April 16, 2014
    In My America: Stand By Me

    In our America, some things are still worth fighting for. Who's gonna stand up for [...]

    December 30, 2013
    Verdicts & Settlements: $7.5 Million in Aviation Case

    Fieger Law Attorneys Geoffrey Fieger and E. Jason Blankenship reached a $7.5 million settlement in a general negligence action against a co-pilot of a private aviation company involving a plane crash that led to the death of a senior pilot. Plaintiffs alleged that the plane crash was caused by the negligence of co-defendant junior pilot, [...]

  • December 28, 2013
    In My America: Great Equalizer

    If you don’t stand for something, you stand for nothing. Call us today, we fight for [...]

    December 27, 2013
    Fieger Time Blog: What Can One Man Do?

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a [...]

  • July 6, 2013
    Fieger Time Blog: The War on the Poor

    Many Americans could not care less about the poor, until they become poor. I think most Americans are caring and simply need to understand that in terms of poverty and unemployment, Government IS the solution, not the [...]

    June 21, 2013
    Fieger Time Blog: Unemployment Benefits

    The latest attempt by the GOP to block unemployment benefits is to finally agree to reinstitute/extend benefits, but only if the costs could be offset by reductions elsewhere in the budget. What a wonderful opportunity for Progressives. To restore benefits would require approximately $26 billion. Where, oh where could we find that kind of money? [...]

  • May 17, 2013
    Media: Let It Rip / Obamacare

    Geoffrey Fieger Interviewed on Fox News ‘Let It Rip’ – Discussing [...]

  • Fieger Time Blog: State of the Union
    April 25, 2013
    Fieger Time Blog: State of the Union

    When President Obama delivers his fifth State of the Union address he is reported to be emphasizing the problem of economic injustice. At first glance, this would seem to be a good thing, since the extraordinary re-distribution of wealth to the top 1% has only accelerated in the past 4 years, and the ability of [...]

    April 12, 2013
    Fieger Time Blog: “I am not a crook … ”

    Following the Christie scandal in New Jersey is to experience déjà vu. A powerful politician recently wins a re-election by a wide margin faces a minor scandal involving people peripheral to his administration. The press investigates and lo and behold … Nixon had his Halderman and Erlichman, close aides who orchestrated the “plumbers” – a [...]

  • March 9, 2013
    In My America: Fearless

    Hi I’m Geoff Fieger. People often ask me why don’t I just invest my money in “Call Geoffrey” commercials instead of discussing controversial issues. They ask me if I’m afraid that what I say will alienate people who might hire me or make enemies of powerful people who will come after me. I have fears [...]