Armin Fischer was born and raised in the Greater Detroit area. As a lifetime resident of the Detroit area he has had a desire to help individuals, who are injured or disabled.
Armin grew up and graduated Oak Park High School in 1968. He initially received an Associates Degree with honors from Oakland County Community College in 1970, and then received a Bachelor of Arts from Wayne State University in 1972. His Bachelor of Arts was obtained with distinction in a pre-law program with a major in Psychology that was acquired with Exceptional Accomplishment. His law degree was earned from the University of Detroit School of Law in 1975. He began his legal career in private practice and has represented individuals ever since. He joined Stalburg, Fischer, Weberman & Verros in 1978 and has been a senior partner since 1993. Armin has handled many cases in multiple areas involving auto accidents, medical malpractice, legal malpractice, dog bites, slip and fall claims and social security disability. He has been involved in all areas of the litigation process including Federal Court, Michigan Court of Appeals and Michigan Supreme Court. He successfully argued a leading case that allows temporarily unemployed individuals to collect wage loss benefits in automobile no-fault claims.
Armin Fischer is a member of Michigan Bar Association, Oakland County Bar Association, Michigan Association for Justice representing injured individuals, and the National Organization for Social Security Representatives representing claimants attempting to obtain their social security disability benefits.
Armin has been an officer in the Jaycees, receiving multiple awards and has been an officer at his religious institution.
Armin has been married to Hazel for over 46 years and they have two children and one grandchild. An important family member for the last 3 years has been his dog, Max.