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Pretrial and Workers Comp in Michigan

Michigan workers comp lawyer explains the pretrial hearing and how to speed up your case.

Our law firm is committed to answering all of your questions. We always return telephone calls and will make time for office appointments.

Most of our clients have never had a workers comp case before. They are in pain and stressed out from no income or access to medical care.

We understand and want you to know your legal rights. Here is some information about the pretrial hearing to help relieve your stress.

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Workers Comp 101: Know what to expect when your case is filed

Michigan workers comp lawyer explains the various hearing dates that an injured worker may encounter while fighting to receive benefits.

Pretrial: A few months after your workers compensation case is filed, you will receive notice of a pretrial hearing.  If you are represented by an attorney, you do not need to attend the pretrial hearing. The magistrate assigned to your case will not take any action and will simply set a new hearing date for about 60 days later.

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