Whenever you are injured you should receive money at the end of the case.
Some insurance companies will not pay you the settlement.
Some insurance companies will not pay you enough money for your injury.
Not sure why you were not paid?
Not sure if you were offered enough money for your injury?
You can speak with an experienced Illinois Workers’ Compensation Attorney for free.
Illinois attorneys are only paid at the end of the case and only if they get money for you.
Illinois attorney fees in Workers’ Compensation cases are limited to 20 percent of the settlement.
Questions about your work comp case? Feel free to contact Illinois Workers’ Compensation Attorney Dirk May at 309-827-4371.
When you are injured on the job and unable to work you are entitled to payment, however you must prove that you supposed to be off work.
The most straight forward method of proof is an off work note from your doctor.
Make a copy of your note and get it to your insurance company.
This will entitle you to payment of temporary total disability benefits while you are off work.
Each time you visit your doctor you should ask for an updated off work slip.
Questions about your work injury? Feel free to contact Illinois Work Comp Attorney Dirk May at 309-827-4371.
If you have permanent injuries as a result of your work injury and you are no longer able to perform your former job, see an experienced Illinois Workers’ Compensation attorney right away.
Illinois law provides that you are entitled to payment for two-thirds of the difference between your old and new jobs.
This means you will have to look for a job so that you are able to prove what the wage rate is of the new job.
You must be careful because the insurance company will often look for a reason to argue that you are not being diligent in your job search and attempt to stop payments while you are performing your job search.
Make sure that you have an attorney to advise and protect you.
Questions regarding your work injury? Feel free to contact Illinois Work Comp Attorney Dirk May at 3090827-4371.
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