Part 1 of 3: Medical Evidence

What type of medical evidence is needed to make your Michigan workers’ comp case more successful?

We blogged about New Year’s resolutions last week. How positive action can make your case even better. Here is some info about medical evidence and your proofs at trial.

Our first resolution idea was to see your doctor and follow medical advice. This can be extremely difficult when your claim has been disputed. Here is what you need to know about getting medical care and proving your case.

Michigan law has been changed dramatically in the last several years. Issues of causation and disability are very complicated. Do not fall into the trap of thinking common sense will prevail at trial.

Insurance companies hire medical experts to defend these claims. It is critical to have a doctor on your side who will provide deposition testimony if needed. When there are competing medical opinions, it will be up to the magistrate to decide who is correct.

Health insurance pays disputed medical bills. This includes Medicaid and Medicare. It will be necessary to reimburse these insurance programs if successful with your case. Get the medical care you need today and proof that your condition is work-related.

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.

Related information:

How insurance companies use IME doctors to abuse the workers’ comp system

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