The Internet is an incredibly invaluable tool that anyone who is smart will tell you should be used with a big helping of caution and common sense. However, when it comes to diagnosing an illness or getting answers about your workers compensation case, you should always seek out reputable advice from a qualified professional. After all, a quick Google search and some research skills just aren’t going to cut it this time.
Wiki pages, forums, and other websites run by unprofessional sources may have good intentions and provide much needed support for countless people, but in no way should they be used in place of a professional opinion. When it comes to getting legal advice, you should never rely on the Internet because chances are you don’t understand the context of the information, or even if the information is correct or up-to-date in the first place. The truth of the matter is that unless you’re an attorney, you need one if you hope to get accurate answers to any questions you may have related to your workers compensation case. Choosing to ignore or neglect valuable advice, especially when you can get expert legal advice for free, can guarantee you lose your case and miss out on everything that you’re owed. You may think you know it all or can easily find all the answers you’re looking for by yourself, but in reality you are giving up your only chance of success, should you opt to go it alone. You may not know anything about wage loss calculations, finding the right doctor, case timelines, evidence and medical proofs, and more, but do you know who does? The highly qualified expert attorneys at Harris Law do.
So don’t get your legal advice from the Internet if you have questions about your workers compensation case, contact Harris Law today. If you or someone you know is in need of assistance from a professional attorney for help with a workers compensation case, feel free to reach for your phone and call Harris Law today at 231.347.4444 or fill out the free consultation form in the sidebar to schedule your free personal consultation. A friendly and qualified member of our team is standing by to help. At Harris Law, we serve all of Michigan and look forward to finding out how we might be able to best serve you.