Dennis Morse believed in us, and now my husband can hear again. How a workers comp lawyer can help after a work injury.
There are many reasons why a person becomes a workers comp lawyer. Dennis Morse will tell you that he chose this area of the law because he enjoys helping people. Here is one example of how Dennis is making a difference.
My husband was hurt. Over the course of the last 10 years, his hearing has gone bad. We went for a physical and found out he’s 85 percent deaf in both ears not even 40 years old. So he needed to be fitted for double hearing aids. These hearing aids cost over $5,500 for a pair every three months and there’s no way we could ever afford that. The workmans comp insurance company said they wouldn’t cover these expenses, and that his hearing lose was so extreme for someone his own age, that it wasn’t work-related. I called a dozen attorneys and no one would listen to me, let alone help me, until I found Dennis Morse. He was the first one to finally believe in what we were saying and he was the only one that cared. We were only fighting for hearing aids. I can’t say enough good about Dennis. Anytime I called, he was so personable on the phone. And he didn’t make you feel like he was too busy for you. He truly made you feel like you are his only client. And if I needed an answer, he always followed up; he never left me hanging for a long period of time. Because Dennis Morse believed in us, workman’s comp bought my husband’s hearing aids. His whole world has opened up because he can hear. – Carey Merritt, Monroe, Michigan
To speak with one of our workers comp lawyers, call (855) 221-2667 for a free consultation. There is no fee unless workers comp benefits are recovered for you. We will fight to make sure that your legal rights are protected.
– Alex Berman is the founder of Michigan Workers Comp Lawyers. Hes been representing injured and disabled workers exclusively for more than 35 years. Alex has helped countless people obtain workers compensation benefits and never charges a fee to evaluate a case.