Workers Compensation Lawyers
Illinois Workers Compensation Lawyers Are Reviewing Potential Workers Comp Cases. Connect With a Workmans Compensation Lawyer in Illinois.
A team of Illinois workers compensation lawyers is investigating potential workmans comp cases and workers compensation claims of individuals and families who were injured or died from an accident arising out of and in the course of their employment.
Illinois workers compensation lawyers are investigating potential workman comp claims and workers compensation cases of workers and employees who were injured or died in work injury or job related accidents in the following Illinois locations, among others:
- Cook County
- Lake County
- Dupage County
- Kane County
- Arlington Heights
- Des Plaines
- Orland Park
- Tinley Park
- Oak Lawn
- Oak Park
- Downers Grove
- Will County
Request A Free Confidential Case Review By An Illinois Workers Compensation Lawyer.
An Illinois workers compensation lawyer can help you navigate the workers compensation process in Illinois, from determining whether you have a workmans comp claim, whether your work injury, disease or ailment is covered by the Workers Compensation Act, what type of workers comp benefits you may be entitled to, what your legal options may be if your employer or workmans comp insurance carrier fails to pay you workers compensation benefits, including filing a claim with the Illinois Workers Compensation Commission, and answer questions you may have about Illinois workers compensation cases.
If you were injured on the job, an Illinois workers comp lawyer may be able to help you recover workers comp benefits. To start the process and get connected with Illinois workers compensation lawyers, fill out the form on the right to request a free confidential workers comp lawyer case review.
Illinois Workers Compensation Lawyers Typically Do Not Charge Fees Unless You Recover Compensation From Your Workers Comp Claim.
Illinois workers comp cases, like other personal injury cases, are typically handled by workmans comp lawyers on what is known as a “contingent” basis or “contingency” (i.e., the attorneys don’t get paid unless you win your workers comp case). If the claim is successful and results in a recovery (i.e., through a settlement or an award), the lawyer will typically get paid a percentage of the recovery. In Illinois workers compensation cases, the Illinois Workers Compensation Act generally limits lawyers fees at 20% of the amount of compensation recovered and paid. If there is no recovery, the lawyer typically does not get paid.
If you or a loved one were injured or died as a result of a work injury or job related accident, contact an Illinois workers compensation lawyer to see if you are entitled to recover money from an Illinois workers compensation claim.
Fill out the form on the right for a free review by an Illinois workers compensation lawyer.