Tongue-in-cheek list of television shows that our lawyers and staff want to see on the fall schedule.
It’s that time of year when new TV shows are premiering. This can provide much needed relief for our clients who are stressed about their workers’ compensation cases.
We think laughter is the best medicine. Here is our tongue-in-cheek list of television shows that our lawyers and staff want to see on the fall schedule.
“American Horror Story: Workers’ Compensation”
Anthology series following different people who must cope with the horrors of filing a workers’ compensation claim.
“Fear the Walking Nurse Case Managers”
Watch out for insurance company representatives who show up at doctor appointments and cause nothing but trouble.
“The Post Injury Wage Earning Capacity Theory”
A group of socially inept geniuses use labor statistics and data to ruin other people’s lives.
“Narcotics: Season 3”
Big corporations push opioids without warning patients about the side effects or potential for addiction.
“Hobbling with the Stars”
Reality dance competition where workers hurt on-the-job team up with celebrities to see who is most disabled.
“Game of Fancy Chairs”
Defense lawyers collects thousands of dollars from insurance companies to do nothing but sit on their backsides.
“This Is Not Really Us”
Private investigators are hired to follow strangers around grocery stores and shopping malls.
“The Last Claims Adjuster on Earth”
The telephone keeps ringing but only one claims adjuster is available to approve payment of medical bills.
Defense medical examiners come to Earth from another universe.
Disabled people are forced to live together or be homeless when their wage loss benefits are cut-off.
Michigan Workers Comp Lawyers never charges a fee to evaluate a potential case. Our law firm has represented injured and disabled workers exclusively for more than 35 years. Call (844) 201-9497 for a free consultation today.
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