In Michigan, many workers injured on the job are entitled to receive payment for their medical bills and 80% of their average weekly wage. Workers’ compensation is typically provided for employees who are injured during the course of performing their job and is designated to protect the employee. Benefits are generally paid without proof of fault and are paid by the employer. Benefits may be obtained by workers who suffer immediate and long term effects from work environments, including contact with toxic substances, repetitive stress disorders, ongoing exposure to loud noises, and hostile work environments that may involve psychiatric or physical disorders. Coverage may also be provided to dependents if the work-related injury causes death.
If you have been injured on the job and need assistance, turn to Turner & Turner to protect your rights.
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