Andrew Grosjean is an attorney at law (California) who has worked extensively withMichigan Unemployment Hearings since 2001. He has the pleasure of beingable to work with his wife in this area, as she also is an Advocate. Hehas dealt with all issues in the area and has knowledge of the ALJ's inthe South-East area of Michigan. He has done arguments to the MESC Board of Review resulting in the reversing of decisions in favor of unemployed workers.

He also has experience with Immigration Law (including asylum cases). He has also helped people get their Social Security Disability Benefits.

My goal in this area is to do my best to make sure that people have theirsituations presented in the best possible light. I believe in justiceand there is a Judge that we all must one day answer to. So, we shouldto do the right thing. Isaiah 56:1 "Thus saith the LORD, Keep ye judgment, and do justice: for my salvation is near to come, and my righteousness to be revealed."

If you need an Advocate for your Michigan Unemployment Hearing, you can have Andrew Grosjean represent you for FREE. The Advocacy Program pays for the service. Just call Andrew at 313-292-6280.

If you need advice on how to File for Unemployment, Protest a Determination, or Protest a ReDetermination, take a look at this article: How to Get Your Unemployment in Michigan.


How to get you Unemployment.

What do you do if the Unemployment will not give you your Unemployment?

Advice for Unemployment Hearings

This will help you know what to do when you have a hearing for your unemployment.

What Happens after you Unemployment Hearing 

This article is for after your hearing, win or lose.  What's next?

What about Severance or Buy-Out packages? 

This will tell you if you can still get your Unemployment. 


This is where I went to law school.  I think that it is the best option for Christians that have a burden to serve God and our great country in the practice of law.