Court ruling prevents injured workers from receiving workers’ comp benefits

A recent Michigan Supreme Court decision threatens to hinder the process of workers’ compensation that has sought to help employees injured on the job. The Michigan court added new requirements to receiving workers’ comp benefits, including a heightened evidentiary standard and a new requirement that the claimant is required to provide a transferable-skills analysis to prove a disability.

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