Remembering a great man by serving our community through political action.
Martin Luther King, Jr. is a civil rights icon that continues to inspire Americans across this country. He was assassinated in 1968, the evening before a protest in support of striking workers.
We are posting early this week to remind people of this important national holiday. We hope that you use today to reflect on the challenges facing injured Michigan workers. Together we can make a difference.
We believe the civil rights movement and organized labor share similar goals. To advance human dignity and enable people to fulfill the promise of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Michigan has seen major changes to its workers compensation law. Amendments in 2011 have tipped the scale in favor of big business and insurance companies.
Families now have to worry about paying the mortgage or putting food on the table because insurance companies are free to stop benefits just because they think a person can work.
These problems are only going to get worse now that Governor Snyder has signed right to work legislation. Even if you don’t belong to a union, you most likely benefit from its advocacy.
We encourage you to contact your state representatives and tell them to fix workers compensation and protect organized labor. Michigan workers must come before insurance company profits!
If you have questions about Michigan workers compensation, call (855) 221-2667 for a free consultation. We are committed to protecting injured workers and their families.
– 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.