Michigan Workers Compensation Lawyer
If you have suffered a specific injury, for example, an injury that occurs immediately or instantaneously such as a broken leg, broken arm, or some back and neck injuries, or an occupational injury, such as an injury, illness, disease, or condition that develops slowly over a period of time such as carpal tunnel syndrome, heart, lung, or psychiatric disease and some back and neck injuries you are entitled to receive workers’ compensation payments. Don’t fight alone. Let us collect wage loss benefits and/or medical care for your work-related injury, illness or disease.
We have a dedicated, excellent Michigan workers compensation attorney on staff who handles only these cases. Call us anytime to speak with a Michigan lawyer who has represented over 10,000 injured workers for the last 31 years. Let an experienced attorney help you receive the justice and compensation you deserve.
Each year our Michigan attorneys win millions of dollars of workers’ compensation benefits for our clients. That’s millions with an M. Our expert specializes in and handles only workers’ compensation cases. Find out what benefits you should be paid or receiving.
Already have workers compensation? Don’t think you need a Michigan lawyer? If you are currently receiving workers’ compensation benefits, there is a good chance that you are being paid too low for what you are owed. There is a good chance you are not being allowed to treat with a doctor of your own choosing. Call our Michigan lawyers anytime and let us work with you to get the justice and compensation you deserve. Remember, at Goodwin & Scieszka we fight for you.
“We’re always battling the insurance company that’s representing the corporation or the business. They’re the other side. They’re part of this workers compensation fund. They’re supposed to pay the bills. When they decide not to pay the bills they’re going to need someone to advocate for their position but what’s most important in a workers compensation case is the initial filing – the initial paperwork so we don’t want the worker to file that alone. We want to review those documents even if you don’t hire us. We want to make sure that we look at your filing, your work comp filing to make sure that it’s all properly filed.”