Our tongue-in-cheek look at new TV shows premiering this fall.
We are excited that new TV shows have started premiering. It’s nice to escape reality and just be entertained for a couple hours.
We also believe that laugher is the best medicine. Here is our tongue-in-cheek list of TV shows that we want to see on the fall schedule.
1. “Married With No Income”
The story of a disabled man who tries to support his family after being cut-off by the insurance company.
A comedy about giving tax breaks to millionaires while cutting workers’ compensation benefits.
3. “How I Met Your Nurse Case Manager”
A nurse case manager shows up after months of treatment seeking to cancel medical appointments and remove work restrictions.
4. “America’s Next Top Defense Attorney”
A reality show where lawyers from all over the U.S. compete for the honor of being the most obnoxious.
5. “American Horror Story: Getting Hurt In Michigan”
An anthology series that centers on different characters and locations, including a restaurant, school, hospital, and automobile factory.
6. “Whose Case Is It Anyway?”
A hidden camera show following people who are unsuccessful in reaching their claims adjusters.
7. “House I.M.E.”
An insurance company doctor finds creative ways to deny workers’ compensation claims and ruin lives.
8. “Gray’s Anatomy”
A drama centered on the professional lives of treating doctors and how insurance companies refuse to approve necessary medical care.
9. “Veronica From Mars”
Teenage investigator dedicates her life to cracking the toughest workers’ compensation fraud cases using Facebook and Twitter.
10. “The Wage Earning Capacity Theory”
Two brilliant but socially awkward vocational experts show how little they know about life outside the labor market survey.
11. “Cosmos: A Workers’ Compensation Odyssey”
Neil deGrasse Tyson attempts to explain what the Michigan Supreme Court meant when it said a claimant must define the “universe of jobs” to be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits.
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