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An overview of Michigan workers' compensation wage loss benefits

When a Michigan worker is unable to work due to an on-the-job injury or occupational disease, making ends meet can be a serious concern. To address this need, Michigan's workers' compensation system provides benefits to partially cover injured workers' lost wages during a period of disability.

Saginaw workers in Jeopardy of being denied workers' compensation

Most Saginaw workers recognize that, if they are injured on the job, their employer's insurance carrier must reimburse them for medical expenses and time away from work. This general concept, though, fails to explain what types of injuries will entitle a worker to benefits.

From offices in Saginaw, Michigan, Burns Law provides legal services for clients in Saginaw County, Isabella County, Bay County, Tuscola County, Huron County, Genesee County, Shiawassee County and the surrounding areas, including communities such as Flint, Grand Rapids, Bay City, Midland, Mount Pleasant, Lansing, Cadillac, Kentwood, Forest Hills and Ionia.