Adler Stilman, PLLC serve injured and disabled people in and near Detroit, Michigan, and throughout the Tri-County area. We also represent injured employees in their Workers' Compensation claims and appeals.
In an instant a serious injury can change your life and put your financial future on the line. An accident on the job, a car accident, or other traumatic event could stop you from working and lead to overwhelming medical bills. The diagnosis or progression of a disabling illness may lead you to realize that you also need Social Security disability benefits to support yourself and your family.
Injured and disabled people need experienced, results-driven legal representation. That is exactly what we deliver at Adler Stilman, PLLC, where our Farmington Hills disability attorneys have been helping people throughout southeast Michigan get benefits and compensation since the 1980s.
The majority of working people employed in Michigan are covered by workers' compensation insurance. This means that if you have been injured on the job — seriously enough that you cannot work for at least eight days — you likely have a right to receive benefits covering a percentage of your lost wages, costs for your medical care and job retraining or "vocational rehabilitation."
Contact Adler Stilman, PLLC today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
Call Adler Stilman, PLLC today at 248-855-5090 to arrange your free initial consultation.
Mr. Adler has successfully represented over 3000 workers compensation claimants and other injured people having collected over $300 million for his clients. He has successfully tried over 150 workers compensation cases. He served as local counsel to over 14,000 CMS Energy employees and retirees joined in a class action that recovered $28 million dollars on behalf of their pension plan against their employer in 2006. He was also local counsel to over 8000 employees and retirees of Federal Mogul Corporation joined in a class action that recovered $12.75 million dollars on behalf of their pension plan against their employer in 2007.