Helping Injured Michigan Workers File Workers' Compensation Claims
In Michigan, there are very specific rules and procedures that need to be followed closely to file an effective workers' compensation claim. If you are injured and unable to work, workers' compensation benefits may be your only available source of income, making it extremely important to speak to a knowledgeable attorney about your rights.
The law firm of Davidson, Breen & Doud, P.C. has been representing injured workers throughout the State of Michigan since 1968. With close community and political ties, we understand how things work in Michigan. We have a reputation for providing dedicated legal services and are also trusted by labor unions in the area to aggressively seek compensation for their members.
If you have been hurt on the job, don't say anything or sign anything before discussing your situation with a workers' compensation lawyer. To schedule your free initial consultation, call 810-471-3130, toll free 888-312-6511 or contact us online. To serve you better, we have offices in Saginaw, Flint, Pontiac, Lansing and Grand Rapids.
What Is Required of You to File a Workers' Compensation Claim
If you have been injured on the job, the Michigan Workers' Disability Compensation Act of 1969 requires you to notify your employer that you have suffered an injury before filing your workers' compensation claim. If you are unable to notify your employer, you are required to file a report with the State, and we can help you with that. From notifying your employer to filing a report, our attorneys can help simplify the process for you and make sure everything is handled properly.
Don't Sign Anything Before Talking to an Attorney
What should you do? The first step is contacting us and talking to an attorney about your rights. We will work with you to find the best way to preserve your right to workers' compensation benefits as your case moves forward. We don't collect unless you do, so you have nothing to lose.