Illinois Arm and Shoulder Injury Attorney
Illinois Workers' Compensation Lawyers in Lombard, St. Charles, and Bloomingdale
There are many different tasks in a workplace that can lead to neck, arm, or shoulder injuries. Work can be physically taxing on these areas by doing such things as pushing or pulling heavy equipment or parcels, lifting, or doing overhead work. You could be subject to trauma injuries or herniated disks. In some cases, such as torn biceps, rotator cuff tears, or rotator cuff impingement syndrome, the injures can be painful, come with expensive care, and you could even be forced to change jobs.
However, Illinois workers' compensation was designed to assist you should you receive an arm, neck, or shoulder injury on the job. With the workers' compensation benefits, you can be compensated for expensive medical treatments, like surgery, steroid injections, permanent work restrictions and disability, lost wages, and rehabilitation. Without a workers' compensation attorney assisting you though, it may be difficult to receive the money you need.
The workers' compensation attorneys at Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices would be able to assist with legal advice and practical assistance regarding your claim, so call as early as possible. We represent shoulder, neck, and arm injury victims throughout the Chicago metro area, at our offices located in Lombard, Bloomingdale and Naperville, Illinois.
At Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, we don't charge for an initial consultation. So the sooner you contact one of our workers’ compensation attorneys, the sooner we can help with your right to workers' compensation benefits.
How to File a Claim for an Illinois Workers' Compensation in Arm, Neck, or Shoulder Injuries
There are many instances where an employer will try to deny the need for a workers' compensation claim. They may claim that the injury was a pre-existing condition, that it didn't happen while working, or that the employee never mentioned the injury.
Even if you did have a pre-existing injury in either your neck, shoulder, or arm, it is possible that you can still attain workers' compensation if your workplace aggravated the condition. Once injured, under Illinois state law you have forty-five days to give notice to your employer. Contact us today by calling 630-932-9100630-932-9100. We offer evening and weekend hours and will come to your home or hospital room if you are unable to travel due to your injuries.