Michigan workers comp lawyer explains what to expect when you call our office and what information is needed to start your case.
It is important that you feel comfortable with your lawyer and get good information. This can help you protect your legal rights and dignity.
Our law firm has over 100 years of combined experience in Michigan workers comp. You will always speak with a lawyer when you call our office.
What to expect when you call a workers comp lawyer
Dennis Morse is the first point of contact for our office. He has two decades of medical-legal expertise and is considered an expert in work comp law. Dennis will want to know how you were injured and your current medical status. It is helpful to provide him with a diagnosis and prognosis.
Dennis will make sure that you understand your legal rights and will give you some general advice about your situation. He will explain how you can use your own doctor for medical care and when your wage loss benefits will start. He can even answer questions that you might not have considered yet.
Dennis may also suggest that you schedule an office consultation. Appointments can usually be made for the next day or very soon thereafter. There is never a charge to discuss your workers comp case.
Information needed to start your work comp case
Here are five pieces of information that you should know prior to your office visit.
1. The name and address of your employer.
2. Your date of hire.
3. The date of injury.
4. Your wage rate at the time of injury.
5. The names and addresses of any medical providers.
How to get started
To speak with one of our workers compensation lawyers, call (855) 221-2667 for a free consultation.
We will make sure that your legal rights are protected and that you receive the maximum compensation under the law.
– 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.
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