Boyer & Dawson, P.C.


Boyer & Dawson, P.C.

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William G. Boyer

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Real Estate, Employment, Personal Injury, Accident & Injury

he Sterling Heights personal injury law firm Law Offices of Boyer Dawson & St. Pierre is comprised of four Michigan lawyers with over 35 years of coll... (more)

"Boyer, Dawson & St. Pierre was a wonderful firm to work with. David Dawson and his staff were very knowledgeable in every aspect of my case. They were very helpful and attentive. They got the job done even with delays from a troublesome apposing council. Overall I am very satisfied with their work. I wouldn't hesitate calling on them to get the job done in the future, if needed."

  5 months ago     Scott Rautio

"Did a excellent job. Cecil St Pierre knows what he is doing. Will go far and beyond for a client. He helped our family with a case, and won. If anyone needs a real lawyer who actually cares about your well-being and not just money, this is your guy. They are very well trained, professional. And will give you every bit of information that you need."

  11 months ago     Fahad Noor

"This firm came recommended to me by a family member. I was working with another lawyer and I felt like I wasn't being represented the way that I should. They were very professional and I could see the difference right away. I would definitely use Boyer Dawson & St Pierre again and would highly recommend them to anyone who is looking for a law firm designed to meet your specific need, no matter what type of legal matter you may have. A special thanks to Mr Dawson. Your knowledge and professionalism made all the difference."

  1 year ago     Maria Ulaj

"As a novice to the legal process, I can highly recommend attorney, Bill Boyer, Jr., to represent and help clients navigate through the difficult, confusing and emotional process of litigation. His assistant, Cheer, was always efficient and prompt with communicating information and forwarding emails. Bill was fair and transparent about any and all fees. He took our case when many would not have - considering the issue of governmental immunity. We are grateful you helped our family."

  1 year ago     Mary Penberthy

"Dave Dawson was very helpful and informative. He is a no nonsense kind of attorney that gets results. I would recommend to a friend or anyone with Family Law related issues."

  1 year ago     Jeremiah Ludington

Boyer & Dawson, P.C.
43805 Van Dyke Avenue
Sterling Heights, MI 48314


43805 Van Dyke Avenue
Sterling Heights, MI 48314

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