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Why calling a workers’ comp lawyer could be the best decision you make.

Our attorneys have over 100 years of combined experience in Michigan workers’ comp law.

We have resolved thousands of cases and recovered millions of dollars for our clients. Protecting employees hut on-the-job is what we do!

We understand that a work injury can be overwhelming. This is especially true if a person is the sole provider for their family. Understanding legal rights is the best way to reduce stress.

People worry about speaking with a workers’ comp lawyer. How much does it cost? What happens if my employer or the insurance company finds out? Do I really need a lawyer? Here is why none of these worries are justified.

1. It costs nothing upfront

Workers’ comp cases are taken on contingency. Our law firm never charges a fee unless a client gets extra benefits or a lump sum cash settlement. The initial telephone consultation is always free!

2. Total confidentiality

Our advice is confidential. The employer and its insurance company do not need to know that you spoke with our office. An employee cannot be fired or have their benefits stopped just because they spoke with a lawyer.

3. Peace of mind

Hiring a lawyer while your claim is being paid is a great idea. We help prevent minor issues before they turn into major problems.

4. Larger settlement

Most of our clients eventually want to settle their claims. Benefits can be traded for a lump sum cash payment. Having a lawyer negotiate the settlement will ensure you get the highest possible amount.

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) 316-8033 for a free consultation today.

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