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Why is my Work Comp Settlement Offer So Low?

Why does the Workers’ Compensation insurance company refuse to pay you a large settlement on your work injury claim?

In Illinois, the value of your settlement is based on your wage for the 52 weeks before you were injured. 190 more words

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Where Is My Work Comp Settlement?

In Illinois if you are injured on the job and you have to receive medical treatment for your injury, then you are entitled to a settlement in most cases. 213 more words

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To Settle or Not to Settle?

One of the most important things to know in your Workers’ Compensation case is whether or not you should settle.

Sometimes there is no question about what you should do. 244 more words

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Illinois Work Comp Secrets

Workers’ Compensation Insurance Companies do not want you to understand the law and the process of injury settlements.

The reason is that they can save themselves lots of money if you walk away from what is owed to you pursuant to the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act. 218 more words

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What You Tell Your Doctor is Important to Your Work Comp Case

Illinois Workers’ Compensation cases depend heavily on your medical records.

The Arbitrator spends a lot of time reviewing your records to find out about your work injury, your medical treatment and your problems and limitations. 242 more words

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Is This A Fair Offer?

How do you know whether your Illinois Workers’ Compensation settlement offer from the insurance company is fair?

The only way to know is to check with an experience Illinois Workers’ Compensation Attorney. 171 more words

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Work Comp- Size of Your Check Matters

In Illinois Workers’ Compensation cases the amount of money you make at your job makes a difference.

Your settlement or award amount depends on your wage. 192 more words

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