Wayne County Workers' Compensation

Livonia Work Comp Lawyer

Have you been hurt on the job in Wayne County, Michigan? Has an accident left you unable to work and worried about medical expenses and income? Will you need surgery or physical therapy? Could your injuries prevent you from ever returning to the job you had, making job retraining essential for your future?

If you have been injured at work in Michigan, you need a lawyer who understands workers' compensation law and will fight to get you all the benefits you deserve. At Adler Stilman, PLLC, based in Farmington Hills, we handle job injury claims, appeals and disputes for people throughout Wayne County. Contact us now to set up a free consultation.

Experienced, Understanding Lawyers Ready and Able to Help You

Our law firm has been helping southeast Michigan workers get benefits since 1986, and we will do our best for you wherever you reside in Wayne County, including Detroit, Livonia, Dearborn, Redford, Canton, Taylor, Romulus, Southgate, Wyandotte or Grosse Pointe, Michigan. You will not pay any attorney fees unless we take your case and succeed in getting benefits for you — as we have done for thousands of others.

Need Guidance on Your Claim? Workers' Compensation Denial, Delay or Dispute?

If you have suffered any work-related injury that keeps you off the job for eight days or longer, you likely have the right to receive workers' compensation benefits. This includes money to help replace lost wages and pay for your necessary medical care and rehabilitation.

Michigan workers' compensation laws are intended to support an agreement between workers and management. In exchange for relinquishing their right to sue employers over work-related injuries, employees are eligible for benefits. However, insurance companies and employers often fail to live up to their end of the bargain, refusing to pay valid claims or stopping payments before workers are able to return to their jobs.

We Consider All the Angles for You. Call Now

After many job-related accidents, workers' compensation insurance is the only source of financial help. Under other circumstances, however — specifically, if some person or company other than your employer caused the accident — a personal injury claim is also viable.

For a Wayne County workers' compensation lawyer you can trust to take your needs seriously and put your interests first, call or e-mail us today and request a free case evaluation