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What is workers' compensation?
The Workers' Disability Compensation Act establishes the system used to provide wage replacement, medical, and rehabilitation benefits to workers who suffer a work-related injury. If you are injured or become ill because of your job, you may be entitled to worker’s compensation benefits.
The State of Michigan Workers' Compensation Program is administered by the Office of the State Employer through its Third Party Administrator (TPA), Sedgwick.