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Monday, November 30, 2009

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The state of Michigan reducing the number of magistrates is just another example of the state cutting resources that help the people and the workers of this state. We need a new shift in our fundamental outlook on how we treat the citizens of the State of Michigan.

If you have been involved in an accident for which you were not wholly to blame, you are entitled to claim compensation when you have been injured. In workplace accidents where you have sustained an injury, your rights are no different - only it is your employer you are suing for failing to provide a safe environment for you to work in under the regulations laid down in the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act.

Such affairs of treatment of Michigan Citizens. Needs to change.

Good advice! Must make a note of it.

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