Powerful Michigan Workers’ Compensation Representation
When you’ve been hurt on the job and are unable to work, the last thing you need is to battle the insurance company to get your medical bills paid and your wages reimbursed. At Miller Cohen, P.L.C., we understand the stress placed on injured workers and their families when a claim is denied. Qualifying for and receiving workers’ compensation benefits can be complicated. Companies and insurers have a financial incentive to deny valid claims.
The workers’ compensation lawyers at Miller Cohen, P.L.C., have the medical and vocational resources to challenge the denial of your workers’ compensation claim. With more than forty years of experience and numerous trials, we understand how to take on insurance companies and win. If your workers’ compensation claim has been denied, call us at 313-566-4787 or 800-221-6021 for a free case evaluation.
Our Lawyers Get Results In Michigan Workers’ Compensation Claims
The attorneys at the law office of Miller Cohen, P.L.C., advise, counsel and represent employees regarding any work-related injury or death, including:
- Back and neck injuries
- Head injuries and traumatic brain injury
- Mental and psychological injuries caused by trauma and/or work-related stress
- Carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive stress injuries
- Amputations of fingers, hands and limbs
- Knee and shoulder injuries
- Occupational diseases such as asbestosis or mesothelioma
From the filing of the initial accident report and notice of injury to the conclusion of your claim, we will work hard to protect your rights and recover the benefits you are entitled to under Michigan law. We help injured workers with the following legal issues:
- Filing a workers’ compensation claim (sometimes called workman’s compensation or workers’ comp)
- Workers’ compensation appeals
- Social Security Disability benefit applications and appeals for injured workers who are unable to work because of disability
We will follow your claim through to the conclusion, regardless of the direction it takes us.
Do I Qualify For Workers’ Compensation Benefits?
In workers’ compensation cases, it’s a matter of whether or not your injury is work-related and whether or not you can return to the work that you are qualified to perform. Our lawyers will be happy to explain what is required.
Preparation Is Essential
When you’re filing for workers’ compensation benefits, providing thorough documentation is crucial. Obtaining medical records and diagnoses and other relevant information now can help expedite your case. If you’re appealing a denied claim, you may need an additional medical opinion regarding your condition. Once you’ve met and discussed your case with us, we can guide you in the right direction and begin preparing your appeal.
In initial filings and appeals, your chances of winning are greater if you have representation. Our attorneys use the evidence to build a case that meets the requirements of the law. We work hard to make sure insurers are held liable for the benefits you deserve and need.
A Reputation For No-Nonsense Litigation
The firm has built a reputation for hard-nosed negotiation and litigation skills. We prepare every case as if it’s headed for court and negotiate accordingly. Given our record of success and relentless pursuit of what is fair for our clients, the opposition knows it’s in for a fight.
Questions? Contact Our Michigan Workman Comp Attorneys.
Contact us to schedule a free consultation. Our fees are based on percentages set by Michigan law.