Are You Entitled to Other Contractual Benefits for Your Injury?
If you've been injured on the job, you may not be sure how you are going to make it without that paycheck you have come to depend on. While workers' compensation benefits are likely available, you may also be entitled to additional benefits and compensation as part of your employment contract. An experienced attorney can help you identify your rights and make sure you get what you deserve. Some employees may be entitled to sick leave or short-/long-term disability benefits. We know what you may be entitled to.
Throughout Metro Detroit, Saginaw, Lansing, Flint, Pontiac, and Grand Rapids, injured workers have relied on the law firm of Davidson, Breen & Doud, P.C., to handle their workers' compensation claims since 1968. Our lawyers work closely with people to aggressively seek the workers' compensation benefits they deserve and make sure they receive any other benefits they are owed.
Are you eligible for benefits due to your collective bargaining agreement or employment contract? Contact us today to arrange a free consultation with an attorney who can help you find out. For your convenience, we have offices throughout Michigan, including Saginaw, Flint, Lansing, Pontiac, and Grand Rapids.
You May Be Entitled to Benefits Beyond Workers' Compensation
In addition to your workers' compensation benefits, you may be entitled to a number of other benefits as a result of your contract, including:
- Social security disability
- Sickness and accident
- Short term disability
- Long term disability
- Disability retirement
Coordination of benefits is a complex area of the law, making it important to have our experience on your side. Making poor decisions about benefits could result in a net loss of benefits, making it more difficult for you to recover.
Put Our Knowledge of Labor Agreements and Contracts To Use for You
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