Adler Firm, PLLC
Free Consultation - Call 24/7

Posts tagged "Workers' Compensation"

Common on-the-job injuries

Workers' compensation is designed to help those injured on the job, or to assist families whose loved ones die while performing work responsibilities. Not all injuries qualify for workers' compensation, however, so it is worth taking the time to learn what is deemed workers' compensation in Michigan.

Agency recommendations threaten Michigan worker safety rules

The full range of legal protections for workers - from workers' compensation claims to personal injury lawsuits and long-term disability benefits claims - is backed up by a set of federal and state workplace safety rules that detail steps employers must take to minimize hazards.

Michigan Workers' Compensation Legislation Passes Senate

A bill that could make significant changes to Michigan's workers' compensation system was recently passed by the Senate after initial consideration by the House of Representatives. The Senate-approved version of the proposed legislation is different in some measures than the House bill, though, so those differences must be ironed out before the bill could be sent to Governor Rick Snyder for final approval.

Workers Might Suffer under Michigan Workers' Comp Reform Bill

Michigan legislators have introduced House Bill 5002, an attempt to reform the state's almost 100 year old workers' compensation laws. Some of the bill's proposed reforms to Michigan workers' compensation benefits would have a serious impact on workers throughout the state.

Workers' Compensation for Telecommuters

Working from home has significant benefits for both employees and employers. It can make employees' lives easier - saving money, time and stress - and it can lower employers' costs as well. But what happens when an employee is injured on the job while the job is at home?

Will the New Commission Slow Down Workers' Compensation Appeals?

An executive order issued by Governor Richard Snyder combines the Michigan Workers' Compensation Appellate Commission with the Michigan Employment Security Board of Review to form a new appellate body - Michigan Compensation Appellate Commission.

Request A Free Consultation

Representing Michigan injured workers since 1979.

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy

Traverse City Office
13561 S West Bay Shore Drive
Suite 301
Traverse City, MI 49684

Toll Free: 888-873-7173
Fax: 231-943-2299
Map & Directions

Farmington Hills Office
30300 Northwestern Highway
Suite 304
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Map & Directions

Adler Firm, PLLC