Television shows to watch this fall

Tongue-in-cheek list of television shows that our lawyers want to see on the fall schedule.

We understand how tough workers’ compensation is for our clients. It can be overwhelming when medical treatment and/or wage loss benefits get denied. Finding an outlet can be very difficult.

Laughter is sometimes good medicine. Here is our tongue-in-cheek list of television shows that our lawyers want to see on the fall schedule.

“Limping With The Stars”

Dance competition where individuals hurt on-the-job team up with celebrities to see who is most disabled.

“American Horror Story: Independent Medical Exam”

An anthology series that centers on different people coping with the horrors of insurance company doctors.


A town full of corrupt politicians using their influence to assist insurance companies and large corporations.

“How To Get Away With Starving A Family”

What happens to a family when they cannot afford to put food on the table?

“Caught On Camera With Nicholas Cannons”

Insurance companies use hilarious and out-of-context videos to show claimants are not really disabled.

“2 Broke Guys”

Comedy following roommates who both got hurt at their jobs and struggle to pay rent.

“The Walking Uninsured”

Survival is brutal when medical treatment gets denied under workers’ compensation.

“Better Late Than Dead”

A documentary following companies who force disabled employees to work under impossible conditions.

Michigan Workers Comp Lawyers never charges a fee to evaluate a potential case. Our law firm has represented injured and disabled workers exclusively for more than 35 years. Call (855) 221-2667 for a free consultation today.

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