Call Now!
(800) 762-8623

Workers Compensation

When is a Michigan Slip and Fall Covered by Workers’ Comp?

Posted on behalf of on behalf of Jay Trucks & Associates, PC on Mar 03, 2021 in Workers Compensation

If you slip on a wet floor in your office, you may feel pretty certain that the medical costs associated with your injuries will be covered by your employer's workers' comp insurance. But what if you slip…

Read More

Will My Workers' Comp Benefits Stop if My Employer Fires Me?

Posted on behalf of on behalf of Jay Trucks & Associates, PC on Jan 29, 2021 in Workers Compensation

Anyone can suffer an injury on the job – whether they work in an office or on a construction site. If this happens to you, it is important to know your workers’ compensation benefits will continue until…

Read More

Getting a New Job While Receiving Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Posted on behalf of on behalf of Jay Trucks & Associates, PC on Dec 15, 2020 in Workers Compensation

If you get injured in a job-related incident in Michigan, you are likely eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. However, if you took a new job while receiving benefits, what would happen? The answer…

Read More

Who May Qualify for a Workers’ Comp Claim Due to Mental Stress?

Posted on behalf of on behalf of Jay Trucks & Associates, PC on Nov 30, 2020 in Workers Compensation

In Michigan, employees suffering from a work-related psychiatric injury may be able to obtain workers’ comp benefits to assist them while they recover. Our attorneys at Jay Trucks & Associates explain…

Read More

Important Mistakes to Avoid During Your Workers’ Comp Claim

Posted on behalf of on behalf of Jay Trucks & Associates, PC on Oct 29, 2020 in Workers Compensation

After suffering a work-related injury, filing a Michigan workers’ compensation claim may not always be straightforward. People often wonder why they got denied even when they believe their claim is valid. At…

Read More

Can A Lawyer Help with a Denied Workers' Compensation Claim in Michigan?

Posted on behalf of on behalf of Jay Trucks & Associates, PC on Sep 25, 2020 in Workers Compensation

Very often workers’ compensation claims may be initially denied. This does not always mean that the applicant is not eligible. Sometimes, it may be that the employee simply made an error in his or her…

Read More

Pursuing Workers' Comp for a Remote Work Injury

Posted on behalf of on behalf of Jay Trucks & Associates, PC on Sep 08, 2020 in Workers Compensation

More people are working from home than ever before since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a telecommuter, even though you may feel like you have more control over your environment, work-related accidents…

Read More

Workers' Compensation Claims Due to Workplace Violence

Posted on behalf of on behalf of Jay Trucks & Associates, PC on Aug 31, 2020 in Workers Compensation

Workplace injuries are not uncommon, especially in certain industries, like construction. However, what about those who get hurt on the job in an act of violence? Are you at risk? According to OSHA, over…

Read More

What are My Rights If I Get injured as an Employee in Michigan?

Posted on behalf of on behalf of Jay Trucks & Associates, PC on Jul 22, 2020 in Workers Compensation

Work injuries are not uncommon, and in some industries, such as construction, there is a higher risk for being involved in an accident on the job. However, even office employees can get hurt while performing…

Read More

Am I Eligible To File a Workers' Comp Claim If I Contract COVID-19?

Posted on behalf of on behalf of Jay Trucks & Associates, PC on Jul 15, 2020 in Workers Compensation

Historically, state workers’ compensation benefits have not covered illnesses, such as a flu or other contagious disease, even in cases where an individual was likely exposed at work. However, in some…

Read More