Our workers’ comp lawyers answer common questions about what to do, whether you qualify for workers compensation and your employer’s responsibility
The pages below have vital information on what happens when you’ve been injured on the job, including advice on how workers compensation comes into play and what you should do now.
I was injured on the job in Michigan, what should I do now?
Determining your next steps after being hurt at work can be overbearing. Our workers’ comp attorneys provide three simple steps to help begin your recovery after a work-related injury.
Do I qualify for workers compensation in Michigan?
Our workers’ comp attorneys answers frequently asked questions on who can receive benefits such as: who qualifies for workers’ compensation, what is covered, what kind of injuries are covered and more.
What is my employer responsibility regarding Michigan workers comp?
There’s a great deal of confusion about what an employer must do when an employee is hurt at work. The information provided will help you understand your rights in the event an employer doesn’t have your best interest in mind or doesn’t have a work-related injury protocol in place.
Does my employer have to hold my job while I’m on workers’ compensation?
Many people want to know if they can lose their job while seeking workers’ comp benefits. Learn why your employer does not have to hold your position while you’re on work comp and what you can to do protect yourself if you’re unlawfully terminated.
Can I be forced back to work?
You can never be forced to back to work after you’ve been hurt at work. But there are things you can do to protect yourself and your right to workers’ compensation benefits. Take a look at the frequently asked questions our Michigan work comp attorneys have provided.
Help from our workers’ comp lawyers if injured on the job
To speak with one of our Michigan work comp lawyers now. We’ve been protecting people injured on the job for more than 35 years. Our attorneys can answer your questions and help you protect your right to workers’ comp benefits — with no cost or obligation to you. You can also fill out our free consultation form.