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Michigan Dog Bite Injury and Provocation

Do You Have a Michigan Dog Bite Injury Case? Each year in Michigan, there are hundreds if not thousands of dog attacks that result in personal injury. These cases are governed by statute under the Michigan dog bite law, or MCL 287.351. The statute is as follows: 287.351 Person bitten by dog; liability of owner […]

What is the Michigan Assigned Claims Plan?

What is the Michigan Assigned Claims Plan? The Michigan Assigned Claims Plan (MACP) is a is a program established by the State of Michigan in 1973 to provide access to Michigan no-fault benefits for people injured in a car or truck accident when no applicable car insurance is available. The Michigan no-fault benefits are the […]

Toledo Social Security Disability Lawyers

Helping Clients Get Benefits Whether you have been denied disability benefits in the past or you are seeking benefits for a recent injury or disease, it is important to know your rights and work with an experienced, caring Toledo Social Security Disability law firm who can effectively navigate the Social Security system on your behalf. For […]

What are the Leading Causes of Workplace Injuries

Michigan Workers Compensation Lawyers Workplace injuries are a common occurrence and effect thousands of workers in the United States every year. In fact, 591,000 workers sustained a workplace injury in 2011 and 2012. The Michigan worker’s compensation system is in place to help workers while on the job. Although the system is slanted to protect […]

Michigan No-Fault Law – Wage Loss Benefits

So you are injured in a car accident and unable to work. The bills are piling up, you job doesn’t offer any type of short-term disability and the stress level is through the roof. What can you do? The answer can be found in the Michigan No-Fault Law. Under the Michigan No-Fault Law, individuals injured […]

Michigan Social Security Lawyer – Residual Functional Capacity

In order to evaluate your condition and determine if you meet the overall disability requirements for receiving SSD, the Social Security Administration will assess your “physical residual functional capacity” (physical RFC). This occurs if you have not met the SSA’s Bluebook definition. To help determine whether a claimant is disabled, a claims examiner on behalf […]

Michigan Disability Lawyers – What Does It Take to Qualify For Social Security Disability?

This article describes what the Social Security Administration looks for when deciding to award Social Security Disability benefits. Getting approved for Social Security Disability benefits is not easy. Not only must an applicant be eligible for benefits, but the applicant must have disabilities that are severe enough that essentially make him or her unable to […]