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Michigan Consumer Resources

If you’re living in the state that touches all five Great Lakes, we have useful information for you. Looking for Michigan state resource help has never been easier. We have compiled a comprehensive list of tools to aide in your search. Whether your search is concerning state agencies, legal resources, financial, health, or employment sites, our links should point you in the right direction.

Below is a summary of what each link has to offer, as well as any necessary contact information.

STATE AGENCIES

Attorney General – Get helpful consumer protection tips through this website. You can read about how to avoid foreclosure. You can learn more about crime victim rights, or view the sex offender registry. You can get free credit reports and file consumer complaints. Contact the Consumer Protection Division directly at (517) 373-1140.

Public Service Commission – Read more about the Do Not Call list through this website. You can view more information about telemarketers, and register yourself on the list through this page. You can also file a complaint. Contact (517) 241-6180 to reach the department directly.

LEGAL RESOURCES

Small Claims Court - Get information that will help you pursue your court case in Michigan here. You can read more about court cost limits and where to sue. Learn about attorney requirements and appeal processes. You can also get more information on special provisions in Michigan’s law.

Lemon Law – Get information on Michigan’s lemon law and what you can do if you find yourself in a pickle after buying a lemon. Learn more about characteristics that constitute a lemon, and read additional tips in an interview with a local Michigan law firm. You can contact the law firm through the contact information listed in the article.

FINANCIAL

Office of Financial & Insurance Regulation – This organization regulates financial industries in Michigan, and protects consumers by ensuring that companies are operating within their financial legal limits. If you are facing foreclosure, or need financial direction this is a good site to get that information. You can read up on insurance companies throughout the state as well. The Consumer Hotline can be reached directly at 1-877-999-6442.

HEALTH

Department of Community Health – This website offers extensive information on health services and programs available to Michigan residents. The links will help you find the right type of health care, and give the uninsured more information. You can view different types of coverage for both children and adults. You can also report Medicaid fraud and abuse. The department can be contacted directly at (517) 373-3740.

SAFETY

Safety & Security - Get tips on protecting you and your family from crime and abuse. You can learn more about cyber security and crime prevention. View the sex offender registry list. You can also get consumer alerts or file a complaint on the website. You can also contact the live help center at 1-877-932-6424.

EMPLOYMENT

Michigan Jobs – Get employment information through this website. You can read about unemployment insurance benefits, and find job fairs. You can get information on job openings and networking. You can subscribe to the New Jobs link, or do a quick online search of employment opportunities in your area.

Michigan Civil Service Commission – Looking for a job in the civil service industry? This Michigan website can provide you with information on opportunities in your area. Visit the online career center, and get applicant resources to start your process. You can also read about job specifications and pay. You can contact the commission at 1-800-788-1766.

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