Source: Workers’ Comp in Plain English: A Breakdown of the Process for Employees | HuffPost
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Every state’s law is different. So make sure to contact me regarding Illinois law and the rights it provides injured workers. Report your injuries immediately and see a doctor right away. Make copies of everything to protect yourself. Call Dirk May at 309827-4371 to talk with an experienced Illinois Workers’ Compensation Lawyer.
Working together with your lawyer really does improve the value of your case.
The reason is that you know better than anyone what has happened to you and how it is effecting your daily life, and your lawyer knows the law and how it applies to your situation.
Blending the facts and the law together is what makes your case powerful and convinces the Judge that you should be awarded maximum value according to the law.
Your part of the team work is to keep the lawyer informed of your medical bills, medical treatment, and what the doctors are telling you about your condition.
The lawyer’s role is to explain what will best convince the Judge of your disability, limitations, and permanent restrictions.
Make sure to keep in frequent contact with your lawyer so you may discuss different approaches and ideas.
It is very important to keep up with your doctor visits and constantly inform your doctor of your problems and limitations.
Make sure that you ask the doctor for prescriptions for assistive devices such as braces, canes, walkers or aids such as disability parking placards.
Your lawyer will want to discuss with you what types of questions will be asked at the trial or hearing well ahead of time so you can prepare.
Questions about how to improve your team work? Feel free to contact Illinois work injury and Social Security Disability lawyer Dirk May at 309-827-4371.
Using a lawyer can be frightening.
Most people will possibly use a lawyer once or twice in their lifetime.
There are many misconceptions about lawyers.
Such as they are too expensive for the typical person.
They are mean.
You can do it on your own.
In work injury, personal injury and Social Security Disability cases a lawyer only gets paid if you win.
There are no hourly fees and no upfront fees.
The lawyer gets paid a percentage of the award at the end of the case.
Your lawyer works in partnership with you to present your best case and win as much money as is allowed pursuant to the law.
The lawyer wants to win for you so there is no reason to be afraid.
The other side, the insurance company, has a number of lawyers helping it and giving it advice to protect its interests. So should you.
A lawyer has a large amount of experience in dealing with insurance companies, judges and other lawyers.
The lawyer knows what to expect and what you need to prove to win your case.
Make sure that you get an experienced lawyer on your side.
Feel free to contact Illinois injury lawyer and Social Security Disability lawyer Dirk May at 309-827-4371.
What is the best advice I can give anyone who has been injured at work or in a motor vehicle collision?
Tell your doctor immediately how you were injured and all the body parts that were injured.
For instance, tell the doctor “I was lifting a 50 pound box of parts when I turned and twisted. I felt my back pop and there was pain right away. The pain runs down my right leg.”
Make sure you tell all your medical providers the same thing each time.
This means doctors, nurses, and physicians assistants.
An immediate, clear, consistent explanation of injury will make your injury case go smoothly and increase its value.
Questions about your injury case? Feel free to contact Illinois injury lawyer Dirk May at 309-827-4371.
An Alton car wash employee was washing windows when police believe his foot accidentally hit the gas pedal.
Source: Alton car wash employee dies in ‘tragic accident’ after car accelerates into ditch | Law and order | stltoday.com
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Illinois law gives death benefits for a fatal work injury accident. Spouse or dependents are entitled to recover. This tragic incident would be covered.