Michigan Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Opposes Proposed Changes
Bloomfield Hills, MI (PRWEB) November 22, 2011
Revisions to Michigan’s workers’ compensation system that are pending in the legislature could limit injured employees’ ability to recover much-needed benefits, according to Michigan workers’ compensation attorney Thomas L. Stroble.
The legislation, House Bill 5002, is now before the state Senate after passing the House of Representatives earlier this month. Opponents say the bill would make it harder for workers to recover the compensation they deserve after suffering a Michigan workplace injury.
Michigan Birth Injury Lawyer Says Children Relying on Medicaid Need Legal Assistance to Ensure Budget Cuts Don?t Affect Care
Michigan Birth Injury Lawyer Says Children Relying on Medicaid Need Legal Assistance to Ensure Budget Cuts Don’t Affect Care
Bloomfield Hills, MI (PRWEB) July 20, 2011
Michigan medical malpractice attorney Thomas L. Stroble says parents of disabled children should seek legal help if government budget cuts affect their access to assistance previously covered by Medicaid.
Michigan Car Accident Lawyer David E. Christensen Presented Auto Accident Reconstruction for the No Fault Institute Seminar for Michigan Trial Lawyers Association (MTLA)
Detroit, MI (PRWEB) July 5, 2006
David E. Christensen of Michigan Auto Law presented on “Auto Accident Reconstruction” at the annual No Fault Institute III seminar of the Michigan Trial Lawyers Association (MTLA), a statewide association of Michigan personal injury attorneys and trial lawyers. It is the largest seminar put on by the Michigan Trial Lawyers Association.
Getting Your Dui Case Evaluated By A Michigan Dui Lawyer
Anyone who is charged with a DUI offense (driving under the influence) in Michigan, should seek the services of an experienced Michigan DUI lawyer. An offense of DUI is taken very seriously and the penalties can have far reaching consequences, not just for you but also for your friends and family.