Protecting Your Rights When You've Been Injured on the Job

Workers' compensation is supposed to be provided by all Illinois employers according to state law. If you are injured on the job or if you have a recurring injury that is a result of your job, you are eligible to file for workers' compensation. Your employer usually purchases workers' compensation insurance which ultimately pays for all accepted claims.

As an injured worker, you are eligible to receive coverage for your medical expenses, two-thirds of your normal wage and a lump sum benefit. It is the employee's responsibility to prove an injury is work-related. An employer can dispute the claim of injury or the amount to be paid.

Camic Johnson knows the law behind workers' compensation and will help you file a claim or represent you in a dispute. The experience, talent and knowledge of all the firm's attorneys will be used to bring your suit to a successful resolution. Camic Johnson's reputation is linked with every case the firm takes on which gives it a greater stake in your satisfaction.

To talk to a workers' compensation attorney at Camic Johnson, call our Elgin office at 847-468-0135 today. Most initial divorce consultations are provided free of charge.

Elgin Workplace Injury Attorneys

Many people don't know they have the right to file a claim. The purpose of the workers' compensation system is to be beneficial to both employees and employers during a time of difficulty for both of them.

While every workers' compensation case is unique, insurance companies are notorious for protecting their bottom lines; our goal is to protect your bottom line. Camic Johnson's lawyers will guide you through the process of filing and will work tirelessly to ensure you get the best possible settlement from your claim.