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Workers’ Compensation


Although Workers’ Compensation insurance is available throughout the U.S. as well as in other countries around the world, specific rules regarding workers’ compensation are governed by statutes and laws controlled by each area. In Michigan, rules and regulations of workers’ compensation are governed by the Workers’ Disability Compensation Act of Michigan unless it is regarding a federal employee. Federal employees such as postal workers or members of the armed forces are governed by federal law.

Workers’ compensation is a system put in place to protect those who have been injured on the job. Like other laws and regulations put in place by Michigan to protect its citizens, these regulations can be complex and may even change to ensure that these workers are protected in an ever-changing economic environment. It is these rules and these changes which make hiring a workers’ compensation attorney important.

If you have been injured on the job, it isn’t your employer who denies workers’ compensation benefits, but rather, the employer’s insurance carrier. Injury or disability suffered while working is compensable under Michigan law. Lost wages and fringe benefits (vacation, discontinued health coverage, etc.), medical bills, prescriptions and mileage are also owed to you for such injuries. If you have been injured at work, we will make sure the litigation process is as trouble-free as possible, for you and your family. Our experienced workers’ compensation specialists, Attorneys Elaine Hart and Gary Kozma, can help you, just as they have helped thousands like you.

Do you live in Michigan and have you been injured on the job? Are you wondering if you have a viable workers’ compensation claim? Call us at 1.877.732.2491 or complete our free case review form for a prompt response from our knowledgeable staff and attorneys.

To find out more, complete our Workers’ Compensation free case review form for a prompt response from our knowledgeable staff and attorneys.

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