Lump Sum Settlements

Lump-Sum Settlement of Workers’ Comp Claims

Many injured or ill workers prefer to receive a lump-sum settlement of their workers’ compensation claims rather than receive on-going weekly payments for wage loss, as well as medical care and vocational rehabilitation.

The workers’ compensation attorneys of the Adler Firm, PLLC, in Traverse City and Detroit, Michigan, are effective negotiators and skilled litigators who strive to resolve workers’ comp claim disputes in a manner that is most advantageous to our clients.

Lawyers Working for Workers’ Rights Call

To speak to an attorney about the possibility of receiving a lump-sum settlement of your workers’ compensation case, please call a lawyer at the Adler Firm, PLLC, toll free at +1-888-873-7173 today. It costs you nothing to discuss your case with us. The initial consultation is free of charge and you will pay no attorney fees unless we settle your case.

There are two categories of workers’ compensation clients who may request a lump-sum settlement of their claims:

Workers Whose Claims Have Been Denied

If your workers’ compensation claim was wrongfully denied, our attorneys will dispute the denial decision through the appeals process and show that you are entitled to benefits. You may request compensation in the form of a lump-sum settlement.

Workers Whose Benefits Have Been Stopped

If your workers’ compensation benefits have wrongfully been terminated, we will dispute the termination of payment and seek either a lump-sum settlement of your claim or the reinstatement of weekly lost wage payments and medical care.

At the Adler Firm, PLLC, 80 to 90 percent of clients involved in disputes over workers’ comp benefits resolve their claims in a lump-sum settlement or have their benefits reinstated retroactively to the time they were stopped.

To learn if we can be of service to you, please contact an attorney at our firm today for a free consultation. We bring more than 30 years of legal experience to the practice of workers’ compensation law in Michigan. We have offices in Traverse City and Detroit to serve you better.

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