We’ll Fight For You Following A Work-Related Injury
A work-related injury can interrupt your ability to support your family and live your life in the manner you did prior to the injury. Sometimes the effects are permanent.
While most people know that workers’ compensation laws exist, few employees understand what benefits they are entitled to receive after a work-related accident. It is important to hire an attorney to help you receive the benefits you need. Contact the Law Firm of Ihrie O'Brien in St. Clair Shores, Michigan, if you have been seriously injured at work. We have represented injured workers since 1951.
Has Your Claim Been Denied?
Many injured workers want to speak with one of our workers’ compensation attorneys before they file an initial claim. Others contact us after their initial claim has been denied or when benefits they have been receiving are canceled. We are ready to help whenever you have questions. And all of our cases in this area are taken on a contingency fee basis, which means we only get paid if we obtain a financial settlement for you.
If you are over 50 years old, we can pursue your workers’ compensation claim as well as your retirement benefits. Often, work accidents result in lifelong injuries. At Ihrie O'Brien, our knowledgeable workers’ comp lawyers will analyze your case and let you know if you are eligible for the following benefits:
- Workers’ compensation benefits
- Disability benefits and rights
- Retirement disability benefits
- Wage-loss benefits
- Medical benefits
If you used Medicare or Medicaid benefits to pay for your treatment, we will help you coordinate your benefits and reimburse any necessary expenses.
Too often, people make costly mistakes when filing workers’ compensation claims. When you hire one of our experienced attorneys, we will make sure your rights are protected now and in the future.
We’re Ready To Help
Call 586-778-7778 or contact us online to arrange a free consultation with one of our experienced St. Clair Shores workers’ compensation attorneys today. Remember, you will only pay an attorney fee if we obtain a recovery in your case.