Bensenville Workers Compensation Attorneys

If you have suffered any personal injuries due to negligence on the part of your employer or while in the scope of your employment you may be entitled to receive certain benefits through workers compensation (or pursuant to the Illinois Workers Compensation Act). The benefits usually include payments for medical bills, weekly benefits for each week you are unable to work and payment on a scheduled basis for you permanent injury. Work laws have been created to guarantee that employees who are injured or disabled on the job are provided with fixed or permanent monetary awards, eliminating the need for litigation. Companies and private employers however, sometimes undermine these laws and fail to pay the adequate amount of money to those who can no longer work due to injuries incurred while at work.

In addition to the benefits that one can recover from a Worker’s Compensation claim, work injuries also often involve claims against other liable parties and must be evaluated by an attorney for your protection.

If you or anyone you know has been injured while working on the job and your employer has failed to give you sufficient funds, contact Hunt, Aranda and Subach, Ltd., to speak with our experienced workers compensation attorneys, who can protect your interests.