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It’s back to school time. Take our pop quiz! (2019-2020)

Written by Jeffrey Kaufman Posted August 15th, 2019

Use our pop quiz to double check you are getting all the workers’ compensation benefits possible under Michigan law. Children around the State of Michigan are getting ready for the 2019-2020 school year. Here is our pop quiz to see if you are getting all required workers’ compensation benefits. Decide which statements are true or […]


Getting around on crutches is not easy and other issues to consider after getting hurt on-the-job

Written by Jeffrey Kaufman Posted August 14th, 2019

Suggestions for disabled employees on how to stay comfortable and productive after a workplace injury. We saw an interesting article published by Wirecutter about staying comfortable and productive after breaking a major bone or having surgery. Suggestions included handy accessories to keep nearby like a pouch on crutches, leakproof coffee mug, power bank to charge […]


What can be done about bad employers who avoid paying required workers’ compensation benefits?

Written by Jeffrey Kaufman Posted August 13th, 2019
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Steps must be taken to stop uninsured employers from avoiding responsibilities under workers’ compensation and how we can reward businesses who play by the rules. The Detroit News is reporting on a new executive directive from Governor Gretchen Whitmer that would prioritize state contracts based upon whether individual companies “are good stewards of the state.” […]


Q&A: Talking legal rights with Attorney Alex Berman

Written by Jeffrey Kaufman Posted August 8th, 2019

What should claimants know about their legal rights under workers’ compensation in Michigan? Today’s blog post is going to be a Q & A with Alex Berman. He is the senior partner and founder of Michigan Workers Comp Lawyers. Alex has represented injured workers exclusively for more than 40 years and has recovered millions of […]


Part 2 of 2: Credibility is the key to winning at trial

Written by Jeffrey Kaufman Posted August 7th, 2019

Michigan attorney shares lessons from over 40 years of practice in the area of workers’ compensation law and explains what happen when trial goes wrong. Yesterday’s blog post was a warning from Alex Berman to avoid the appearance of exaggerating or faking. How surveillance video of normal daily activities can be used by insurance companies […]


Part 1 of 2: Credibility is the key to winning at trial

Written by Jeffrey Kaufman Posted August 6th, 2019

Michigan attorney shares lessons from over 40 years of practice in the area of workers’ compensation law and why some clients get caught lying at trial. Today’s blog post is written by Alex Berman. He is the founder of our law firm and has been practicing for more than 40 years in the field of […]


Lawsuit funding is not always a good idea

Written by Jeffrey Kaufman Posted August 1st, 2019

Warning for disabled employees who are thinking about getting a cash advance on their workers’ compensation claim. The Detroit Free Press is reporting on a woman who got stuck with a 350% interest rate after she accepted a $1,200.00 loan. She made payments equal to $1,170.75 but still owed another $1,922.00. Her credit score was […]



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