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NEW! Free Book. Injured On The Job: A Guide To Michigan's Workers Compensation Law

Alex Berman, Michigan workers comp attorney and founder of Alex Berman PC

Alex Berman, Workers Comp Lawyer

Alex Berman is one of the most renowned workers compensation attorneys in Michigan. He has represented injured workers exclusively for more than 30 years and has recovered millions of dollars for his clients. Alex believes that every injured worker deserves to know his or her legal rights in order to receive fair compensation under the law.

Alex decided years ago that general practice law firms were not providing the very best legal representation for injured workers. As the founding member of the law firm, he has set the standard for excellence in workers compensation law. Alex always makes himself available to speak with clients and takes whatever time is needed to answer all of their questions. He is known for being a hard working, caring lawyer who will not accept clients being mistreated by the insurance companies that are supposed to protect them.

Today, Alex' law firm boasts an exceptional team of lawyers who are also dedicated to protecting injured and disabled workers. Alex offers free telephone advice and never charge a fee unless you are successful with your case. To speak with Alex, call (855)-221-COMP.

Notable Michigan workers compensation cases:

Admitted to practice:
Michigan, 1971
United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan, 1978
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, 1982

Wayne State University Law School, J.D., 1971
Wayne State University, B.A., 1968

Memberships and affiliations:
State Bar of Michigan
Michigan Association for Justice

What some of Alex Berman's clients say about him:

I was injured on the job, and my injuries progressively got worse: my neck, back and right arm nerve damage. You always hear horror stories about attorneys, money money, money and nobody likes attorneys. But I found my attorney Alex Berman to be quite different. He's reliable, dependable and able to make common sense explanations. In my case, Alex always made the right decisions. He was very helpful beyond the nature of the beast. I would explain Alex as a workers comp attorney who goes the distance, who is well-versed and highly skilled. You can count on him and he gets the job done. I would recommend Alex in a heartbeat, as he is experienced in courtroom, great with clientele, reasonable and fair with fees and costs. He pours his heart and soul into being a workers comp attorney, so he can help people like me. Call Alex - he will listen and decide if you have a case. He's a winner in my book. - James Schulte, Walled Lake, Michigan

I've known Alex Berman for 20 years and I've sent 30 to 40 people to him because he is an amazing lawyer. Alex has handled all of my cases, which have ended in success. But what's just as important is how he treats me. If Alex is in court, he will call me back - even in the evening on a cell phone on his time. I don't know the phrase for workers comp attorneys, but if he were a doctor, I'd say Alex has a wonderful bedside manner. He has a great personality. He truly does care about you and your case and he's very honest. He's an all around great guy who really cares about people. My story is I had a work-related injury (got stuck in a press at work) and my case was being disputed because my workers comp benefits were cut off for no reason. Beyond my injury and benefits case, Alex fought for me when my factory shut down and I didn't get my severance package because I was on medical restrictions. He worked his butt off to fight for us and 25 others. He did the best he could for everybody. I believe the reason Alex Berman is a good workers compensation attorney is because he truly cares about people. I'm lucky to have him in my life. - Margaret Sparks, Garden City, Michigan

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