Happy Halloween! – 2013

Michigan workmans comp lawyers offer candy suggestions for insurance company representatives.

Last year we blogged about the scary people who might be involved in your workmans comp case.

We offered several tongue-in-cheek suggestions for Halloween customs.

Here is our list of candy suggestions for these same individuals.

Sour Patch Kids for Insurance Adjuster

Our clients tell us that insurance adjusters are very sweet at the start of a claim.  Suddenly, medical treatment gets delayed and checks go missing. The adjuster becomes sour and just wants to close the claim.

Tootsie Roll for Nurse Case Manager

Nurse case managers interfere with medical care and attempt to change work restrictions. This is done to save money for the insurance company. Like Tootsie Rolls, these decisions have little substance and can hurt you if not careful.

Nerds for IME Doctor

This candy appears delicious but is not what it seems. After a few bites, it tastes like sugar coated gravel. Doctors hired by insurance companies are not what they seem either. They make a career out of testifying for insurance companies and are not really independent.

Orange & Black Toffee for Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor

Does anybody even like the orange & black toffee that comes in wax paper? This is the worst Halloween candy to pass out and serves no purpose. The same applies to vocational rehabilitation counselors who are only hired to perform wage earning capacity assessments. This report serves no purpose except to cut-off your benefits.

Loose Pennies for Defense Attorney

The defense attorney is like the cheapskate neighbor down the street. He won’t pass out any candy but will give you a few loose pennies to go away.

To speak with a Michigan workmans comp lawyer, call (855) 221-2667 for a free consultation.

Alex Berman is the founder of Michigan Workers Comp Lawyers. He’s 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 review a case.

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