Worker’s Compensation

Injuries suffered while on the job can sideline or end a career. Workers’ compensation can help fill the gap created by a loss of income. However, the process is more complicated than filing a form and collecting a check. You need the level of experience our attorneys provide at Hall, Rustom & Fritz LLC. They fight to protect the rights of hardworking Illinois professionals facing an uncertain future.

Questions arise following an injury suffered on the job. How will you respond to an injury suffered at work? Should you make a claim shortly following the injury or should you wait? Is it a compensable injury if it is repetitive with no immediate and single injury?

Whether you are a white collar or blue collar professional, take action following a work-related accident. If you have been injured on the job, contact us at 309-699-4691 or toll free at 877-699-4691.

Illinois Workers’ Compensation Benefits Attorney

At Hall, Rustom & Fritz LLC, we will answer the many questions you have. Workers’ compensation benefits are available from an accident or repetitive stress injury, including:

  • Back injuries
  • Knee injuries
  • Neck injuries
  • Repetitive stress injuries that include carpal tunnel syndrome and cubical tunnel injury
  • RSD
  • Nerve injuries
  • Chronic pain

While your employer and insurer may claim that you do not need an attorney, their goal is to minimize the damages you suffered and the compensation you are truly entitled to by law. Your focus is to attend doctor appointments, therapy sessions and surgeries, if needed. Our job is to handle all the legal aspects to maximize your workers’ compensation benefits.

Peoria Workers’ Compensation Attorney

We speak on your behalf to insurance companies and represent you before arbitrators with the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission. Our attorneys have a track record of success in securing wage loss, medical benefits and permanent partial disability awards.

Initially, we pursue temporary total disability payments so you can cover expenses and pay your bills. From there, we identify future needs related to compensation in the form of lifetime benefits if you are unable to work in the future.

Contact Us

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer, please contact us at 309-699-4691 or toll free at 877-699-4691.