Have you been injured while on the job? If so, it is critical that you immediately contact an experienced worker’s compensation attorney. Your company is going look after their interests so you need someone to look after YOURS.
We know that the results of a work accident can be devastating. It may leave you unable to work and struggling with mounting medical bills. You employer’s insurance company will challenge your assertions and try to pay out as little as possible. The quicker you hire an attorney, the better your chance of getting maximum coverage for medical bills, lost work time, and lost wages.
Chowning & Edgar has more than 50 years combined experience and have successfully handled 1,00s of workers' compensation cases. We know the law, the insurance companies and the magistrates. We know how to fight for your rights and obtain the workers' compensation benefits you deserve.
If you are facing any of the following types of work-related injuries DON'T DELAY! Contact our office right away. A delay could cost you $1,000s
You may receive Workers’ Compensation if your injury was caused and/or significantly aggravated by your employment. Even if your injury was outside your employment, you may still get Workers’ Compensation benefits if your injury was significantly aggravated by your employment. Moreover, if your injury was caused by one employer, but made worse at a subsequent employer, the subsequent employer is also liable for your injury.
No matter where you are in the process, we've got the time to discuss your case with you. The call is free and there is absolutely no-obligation. So click the button and fill out our contact form or call us 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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