Strong Workers' Compensation Advocates for Injured Workers

The majority of working people employed in Michigan are covered by workers' compensation insurance. This means that if you have been injured on the job — serious enough that you cannot work for at least eight days — you likely have a right to receive benefits covering a percentage of your lost wages, costs for your medical care, and job retraining or "vocational rehabilitation."

If your valid workers' compensation claim is being denied, disputed, or delayed in Michigan — or if you are having other problems such as being told you must return to work before you are able — call the Adler Firm, PLLC, now at 888-873-7173.

Decades of Experience Holding Employers and Insurers Accountable to Workers

For more than three decades, attorney Barry Adler has been going to bat for injured workers in Detroit, the surrounding tricounty area and Traverse City. He knows the law and the obstacles that workers often face when trying to get compensation for a work injury. He has made it his business to look out for his clients and help them get the compensation they deserve.

We also handle serious personal injury claims throughout Michigan and will find the best lawyer to associate with near your home.

How We Can Help You With Your Workers' Compensation Claim

Workers' compensation law is meant to create a productive compromise. Employers are protected from personal injury lawsuits, and in return, workers can receive critical benefits when they get hurt. Unfortunately, employers and workers' compensation insurance companies often do not hold up their end. Our role as workers' compensation lawyers includes:

  • Offering helpful counsel on any aspect of the workers' compensation claim process
  • Stepping in to represent you if your valid work comp claim is denied or delayed, your benefits stop, or you are subjected to another unfair treatment
  • Striving relentlessly to protect your rights and obtain all the money you are entitled to for medical care, lost wages, and retraining
  • Determining if you should apply for Social Security Disability benefits because your work-related injury or illness will disable you for one year or more
  • Considering all other potential sources of compensation for you — including a personal injury claim or lawsuit if someone other than your employer contributed to your accident

Call Our Metro Detroit Workers' Compensation Lawyers

Our lawyers take pride in being a comprehensive legal resource for people with all types of serious work injuries — including those in high-risk occupations. Beginning with a free consultation, our entire legal team's goal is to help you recover as fully as possible, restore your financial stability, and move forward with your life.