What employers aren’t telling you about your Michigan workers compensation benefits
Video on an injured worker’s right to wage loss, replacement services and medical treatment
Featured video: What employers aren’t telling you about your Michigan workers compensation benefits
Presented by: Dennis Morse
Description: This video explains the three main Michigan workers compensation benefits that you’re entitled to after an at-work injury. Dennis Morse, a work comp lawyer of more than 35 years, also explains how an attorney can help you receive all of your benefits – especially when employers and insurance companies might not tell you about your rights.
Length: 1 minute, 25 seconds
Video transcript: Hi, my name is Dennis Morse, and I’ve been involved in workers compensation claims in Michigan for over 40 years. I get calls from people who are on workers comp or receiving some benefits. You may think those are all the benefits you’re entitled to. There are other benefits that either the employer or the insurance company hasn’t told you about. All medical care for the work-related injury should be paid for by the workers compensation carrier or your employer. If you have to be off of work because of the work-related injury, you are entitled to wage loss replacement. And the third benefit, one that insurance companies typically don’t tell you about, is the mileage reimbursement. While you are off of work, every time you go from home to any medical care or treatment for the work-related injury, you are entitled to a mileage reimbursement for that trip. There are so many other issues that we need to talk about, and that’s why you’re calling an attorney. We’ll make sure you get everything you’re entitled to under the workers compensation statute.
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