Tips from Kai

Five ways our office staff can help you have a better experience with your workers compensation case.

Kai is our main receptionist and office assistant. She is the first line of contact when you call our law firm. She has a great perspective on office procedure and can help you with many problems.

She believes thinking positively can have a beneficial impact on your workers compensation case. Here are five tips from Kai to help you better understand the process and get a great result.

Tip #1: Let us help you

Questions about hearing dates, letters, and office procedures can be easily answered. You don’t have to wait for an attorney to call you back. Let us help you!

Tip #2: Check your voicemail

We sometimes get panicked clients who missed a call from our office. Don’t worry and listen to your voicemail. You may find all of your questions have already been answered. If you need more help, we can put you in touch with the attorney who called you.

Tip #3: Send your paperwork first

It is amazing how much paperwork is generated as part of a workers compensation case. We understand if you feel stressed out. Fax or e-mail a copy of the document before you call. This saves time and will get you answers sooner. We will make sure the attorney sees what you sent.

Tip #4: Read all correspondence twice

A workers compensation case can be overwhelming. Odds are that you have never experienced anything like this before. We go to great lengths to explain your legal rights and the process. If you don’t understand something, please call our office.

Tip #5: Patience is a virtue

A workers compensation case can take months to resolve. There are no secrets and information will be provided when available. Our lawyers promise to return telephone calls within 24 hours. Let us know if you do not hear back from your attorney.

To speak with one of our workers compensation lawyers in Michigan, call (855) 221-2667 for a free consultation. There is no fee unless you are successful with your case.

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 comp benefits and never charges a fee to evaluate a case.

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