Chicago Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Work to Protect Your Rights
If you’ve been injured at work, retaining the services of an experienced workers’ compensation attorney is in your best interest. Our Chicago law office provides legal advice and representation to injured workers throughout Illinois. We can help you navigate through the complex and often frustrating process of a workers’ compensation claim
Getting Workers’ Compensation Claims Started
Our workman’s comp lawyers are with you throughout the entire process. We’ll assist you with filing your claim, provide clarification and advice on what forms to sign (and what forms not to sign), keep track of medical bills and paperwork, pay all upfront costs and much more.
Denied Workers’ Compensation Claims
Employment insurance companies routinely deny claims. Our attorneys have had immense success in appealing these denials and getting our clients the money they need to pay medical expenses and recover lost wages.
Change or Loss of Workers’ Compensation
If you’ve received notice that your benefits are going to be modified, suspended or terminated, we can help you extend the length and terms of your benefits.
Lump Sum Settlements
If you’d prefer a lump sum payment for your workers’ compensation settlement, our injury attorneys will negotiate the best possible lump sum settlement with your employer’s insurance company.
Do I Have a Workers’ Compensation Case?
Our workers’ compensation attorneys hear it time and time again in our Chicago law office: “Do I have a workers’ compensation case?” The easiest way to find out is through a free consultation with our experienced work injury attorneys. We can make an adept assessment of your claim during your visit and let you know the next steps to take right away.
What Rights Do Injured Workers Have in Illinois?
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Frequently Asked Questions
Our law firm understands that those injured have unique losses and concerns. These can range from work restrictions, lost overtime and off-duty assignments, fitness-for-duty and safety concerns, injury aggravation from ordinary work duties, permanent injury, and loss of seniority, retirement, and other benefits. Below are common FAQ’s you may have in relation to personal injuries, car accidents and disciplinary hearings.