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Other Practice Areas

The English Law Office is a law office providing high quality legal representation through caring and thoughtful representation.  It is the goal of the English Law Office to have complete client satisfaction in ever area of the law we practice.
Employment Law

 

From wrongful termination to violations of employee civil rights, to violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the English Law Office, PLC can assist you in protecting your rights from over zealous employers.

Do not let your employer take advantage of you, call the English Law Office, PLC today to know your rights.

 

 

Property Law

Whether it is the preparation of a deed or issues concerning title to real or personal property, call the English Law Office, PLC today for a FREE consultation.  Let our us explain your rights so you may make the best decision for you and your family.

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The affect of deeds, legal descriptions and title encumbrances can be confusing, let us help you.

 

Family Law

 

In addition to divorce, our office handles a wide variety of family law matters, from custody and support, to guardianships and child protective services matters.  It is difficult for all family members - especially the children to be involved in any legal battle between family members.  If you need assistance protecting your rights and navigating your way through the legal system in a divorce, custody or support matter, call the English Law Office, PLC today for a FREE consultation.

 

Criminal Law

​Anyone charged with a crime in Michigan is presumed innocent.  The Prosecution bears the burden of proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt with admissible evidence that the accused had committed the crime for which they are being tried, and that there was no legal defence available to exonerate them.  If you have been or may be charged with a crime call us right away to discuss your rights. We offer free consultations and flat fees in many situations. 

 

Wills and Trusts

If you need an estate plan completed or have recently lost a loved one and need advice on your rights, call our office today for a FREE consultation. 

 Disability   

Workers’ Compensation:

are entitled to wage loss for that first week of disability. Weekly benefits are approximately 80 percent of your after-tax wages.     Workers' compensation is the system used to provide wage replacement, medical, and rehabilitation benefits to employees who suffer a work-related injury. If you are injured on the job, report the injury to your employer immediately.

 

     If your employer will not file a claim for you, you may file form WC-117 with the Agency. If your claim is disputed by the insurance company or self-insured employer, you may need to file a form WC-104A, Application for Mediation or Hearing.

 

     If you have questions or need help, please call us right away for a free consultation at:

(989) 472-4242.  You can also contact the Michigan Workers’ Compensation Agency by calling 1-888-396-5041 or through email at wcinfo@michigan.gov.

 

Social Security Disability:

The Social Security Administration (SSA) generally uses a five step process to determine whether an individual qualifies for disability benefits, that is whether an applicant is either eligible (allowed) or ineligible (denied)—under Disability Insurance (DI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), which are:

Step 1: Financial screens.

Step 2: A medical screen to deny applicants without a severe impairment.

Step 3: A medical screen to allow applicants who are the most severely disabled.

Step 4: Can severely impaired applicants work in their past jobs?

Step 5: Can severely impaired applicants do other work in the national economy?

Contact our office for a free consultation to determine whether we can assist you in qualifying for benefits!