Fieger, Fieger, Kenney, Johnson & Giroux was founded over 50 years ago by Geoffrey’s father, Bernard Fieger, in a small house which still stands as the cornerstone of Fieger Law. Today, the firm is an 18-lawyer litigation machine.
Multimillion-dollar verdicts are both expected and the norm. And the firm operates in a 40,000-square-foot elegant complex with 60 employees occupying a quarter mile of land in Southfield, Michigan—a suburb of Detroit.
Geoffrey Fieger joined the firm in 1979 and has been responsible for much of its growth, continuing the founding vision: “As advocates for the people, it’s important to fight for a cause… we must fight for the rights of victims and champion the underdog against corporate power and greed.”
Fieger Law has built an international reputation by securing more record-breaking verdicts and settlements than any firm in the country. There is a history of representing high profile cases, notably Dr. Jack Kevorkian and the Jenny Jones Show trial.
In every case and with every client, the Fieger 18 Lawyer Litigation Machine devotes himself to getting justice for their clients. They are tireless and fearless champions for those whose rights have been violated. And lawyers hire them when they get in BIG TROUBLE. Today, The Insider Exclusive will visit with this amazing 18 Lawyer Litigation team and their important support staff.
Geoffrey Fieger devotes himself to getting justice for his clients. He is a tireless and fearless champion for those whose rights have been violated. He was the Democratic Party nominee for Governor of the State of Michigan in 1998, and the Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University recently named its school for the education of trial lawyers The Geoffrey Fieger Trial Practice Institute. In June 2008 after almost three years, Geoffrey, represented by the legendary Gerry Spence in his final trial, won his own court battle against the Gonzales/Rove/Bush Justice Department when he was acquitted on all counts of alleged illegal campaign donations. Geoffrey has two degrees from the University of Michigan (B.A., 1974; M.A.,1976) and received his law degree from the Detroit College of Law-Michigan State University (J.D., 1979). He is a member of the Michigan and Florida Bar Associations.
Ven Johnson was named a partner at Fieger, Fieger, Kenney, Johnson & Giroux in 2001 after working six years at the firm. Since joining the firm in 1995 he has worked on a number of high-profile cases and obtained numerous multimillion-dollar verdicts. He specializes in the areas of civil litigation, product liability, medical malpractice, automobile negligence and police misconduct. Ven earned his undergraduate degree at Kalamazoo College with athletic honors in basketball and tennis. He received his Juris Doctor at the University of Detroit School of Law, served as a law clerk for a sports and entertainment law firm in Detroit, and was an intern to the late Michigan Court of Appeals Judge John Shephard. Ven has also lectured on relevant legal issues for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education, the National Business Institute and the Straker Bar Association. He has assisted law students with mock trial preparation at the University of Detroit Mercy Law School.
Fieger, Fieger, Kenney, Johnson & Giroux was founded over 50 years ago by Geoffrey’s father, Bernard Fieger, in a small house which still stands as the cornerstone of Fieger Law. Today, FFKJG is a 40,000-square-foot elegant edifice with 60 employees occupying a quarter mile of land in Southfield, Michigan—a near suburb of Detroit. Today, the Fieger Law Firm is the top personal injury firm in the country. People turn to Geoffrey Fieger and the other attorneys at the firm for help when they have been the victims of injustice, medical malpractice or personal injury.
You can contact Geoffrey Fieger or Ven Johnson at 248-355-5555, or www.fiegerlaw.com