Michigan Wage Loss Claims

Compensation for Lost Wages in a Workers' Comp Claim

Most people in Michigan who suffer a work-related injury and cannot work for at least eight days are entitled to weekly checks that replace a significant portion of wages lost. Michigan workers' compensation law generally provides for prompt payments of 80 percent of your net (after-tax) wages — in addition to payment of medical expenses and the cost of necessary retraining so you can work again.

Many people need an experienced workers' compensation lawyer to get the benefits they deserve under the law. If you have been injured or diagnosed with a work-related illness, contact us now for a free consultation focused on helping you recover and move forward.

Skilled, Caring Lawyers Ready to Protect Your Claim and Fight for Justice

At Adler Stilman, PLLC, in Farmington Hills, we are here to answer all questions about Michigan lost wages claims — and defend your legal rights if any difficulty or dispute arises. With over 45 years of combined experience defending workers' rights to fair compensation, our lawyers deal with issues including:

  • Denial or delay of your valid injury claim
  • Any stoppage of your lost-wage benefit checks
  • Concerns that you are not receiving the full amount you are entitled to for replacement of lost wages
  • Your employer or insurer's demands that you return to work before you are able

Michigan lost wages claims are a frequent source of dispute between insurers and injured workers. All too often, workers and their families feel helpless to fight against savvy claims adjusters and other insurance company representatives — or they are intimidated by the prospect of a dispute with their employer. When a claim has been denied or benefits have been wrongfully stopped, we are often able to obtain a sizable lump sum settlement.

Thousands of Victories for Workers. Call to Discuss Your Case

Our proven attorneys are veterans of thousands of successful negotiating efforts and legal actions on behalf of workers in Wayne County, Macomb County, Oakland County and elsewhere in southeast Michigan. Contact us now with your concerns. You do not have to be concerned about the cost of counsel, because we earn a fee only if we succeed in obtaining back-due benefits for you.