A free consultation with Chowning & Edgar can help you determine the benefits you may be entitled to receive. Generally, you may receive weekly Workers’ Compensation benefits for the time you are off work and there is no time limit on how long you can receive these benefits. Also, you can receive 100% of your medical expenses for the time you are off, and even when you go back to work. This includes mileage to and from your doctor, and care a nurse’s aide or family member may give to you when you are injured.
If you have been injured on the job and there is a loss of income, call our workers’ compensation attorneys from Chowning & Edgar and schedule a free consultation with our Michigan legal team.
Depending on your injuries, accident, and unique situation, you may be able to receive the following benefits:
In certain cases, you could be entitled to receive social security disability, supplemental income or impairment income, and an experienced workman’s compensation attorney can help determine if you are eligible for these benefits. Related Reading: Workers' Comp FAQ
If you have been injured at work, schedule a free consultation with our workers’ compensation attorneys at (810) 695-2110.
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Chowning & Edgar PLLC is located in Grand Blanc, MI and serves clients in Flint, Saginaw, Detroit, Lansing, Pontiac, Lapeer, Birch Run, Burton, Clarkston, Clio, Corunna, Davison, Durand, Fenton, Flushing, Frankenmuth, Goodrich, Holly, Linden, Montrose, Mount Morris, Lake Orion, Swartz Creek and Waterford. We also handle cases for clients throughout the State of Michigan, including the Upper Peninsula.
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