Workers Compensation Attorney in Bloomfield Hills, MI
The Law Offices of Charters, Tyler, Zack & Shearer, P. C., have been fighting for and winning workers compensation cases for over 40 years and are able to able to provide you with an expert Workers Compensation Attorney to fight your case.
The Michigan Workers’ Disability Act is designed to protect employees in Michigan after a workplace injury or work-related ill health. The Act is designed to cover medical bills and lost wages as a result of injury and guarantees workers legal rights.
In recent years, changes in Michigan’s political landscape have made it more difficult for workers to obtain appropriate protections after a workplace accident without seeking legal representation. The Law Offices of Charters, Tyler, Zack & Shearer, P. C., will take the time to advise and assist you in obtaining the maximum benefit available to you. We are able to advise you before contacting your employer or insurance adjuster to ensure that any benefits are not jeopardized.
Our experts can assist you in your claim to ensure you are paid the correct Workers’ Compensation rate, which includes all medical and transportation costs, and any reimbursements for things like mileage or non-emergency medical appointments.
What Is Workers Disability Compensation?
The Michigan Workers’ Disability Act is a Michigan State law that protects workers’ rights after a workplace injury and requires an employer to cover lost wages, pay for medical costs, and cover any additional cost for rehabilitation. Before you choose us as your Workers Compensation Attorney, make sure that your employer is covered under this law.
Your employer must have three or more employees at any given time, or have at least one or more full-time employees who work at least 35 hours a week for at least 13 weeks.
It is also important to check if you or your employer is exempt from this law. The Michigan Workers’ Disability Act does not cover Federal Government employees, interstate railroad employees, seamen or women who work in navigable waters, or employees who load or unloads vessels.
If you are one of these workers don’t worry, you will be covered under federal law and should speak to your employer for further assistance.
We have dedicated our careers to fighting for the rights of employees. Let our team of experienced attorneys fight for you too. Call us today.