No Upfront Fees for A Social Security Disability Lawyer

It does not cost any upfront money to get a Social Security Disability Lawyer to help you win your disability case.

The government controls all lawyer fees.

The law provides that you only pay attorney fees if you win and it is out of your back benefits when you are paid at the end of the case.

Social Security Disability law is complicated and it helps to have a lawyer guide you through the rules and the questions the Judge and Social Security will ask you.

Feel free to contact Illinois Social Security Disability Attorney Dirk May at 309-827-4371 to discuss your case.

Work Comp is Denying My Surgery

Illinois Workers’ Compensation Law protects the person who has a work related injury.

It provides that the injured worker’s related medical treatment is to be paid.

It pays the injured worker when they are off work.

It pays a settlement to the injured worker when all the medical treatment is completed.

Workers’ Compensation insurance companies do not want to pay your bills, your off work pay, or your settlement.

They will delay and deny medical treatment.

They will send you to see their medical doctors to keep you from getting a surgery.

If you are not getting your surgery, your off work pay, or your settlement, then call us immediately.

It does not cost any upfront money to see a Work Comp Attorney. Lawyers are only paid when they win money for you.

Questions about your work injury? Feel free to contact Illinois Work Comp Attorney Dirk May at 309-827-4371.

When Should I File My Work Comp Case?

Illinois law requires you to file your Workers’ Compensation case within 3 years of the date of accident.

This time limit may be extended two years from the last time the Workers’ Compensation insurance carrier or your employer pays you benefits or pays for your medical benefits.

You most likely will not want to wait until the last moment to file your application with the State of Illinois.

Do not confuse reporting your injury to your employer or your insurance company with filing an application of claim.

It is not good enough to tell your employer that you were injured on the job.

Filing an application of claim protects your rights to medical benefits, off work pay, and the settlement.

You also need an application of claim on file to be able to proceed with a hearing before an Illinois Work Comp Arbitrator.

Illinois Work Comp law can become very confusing.

An experienced Illinois Workers’ Compensation Attorney can help guide you through the complex law and rules.

No upfront fees to a lawyer are required. You only pay 20 percent for fees when you recover money.

Questions about your Work Injury? Feel free to contact Illinois Workers’ Compensation Attorney Dirk May at 309-827-4371.