Madison County Work Injury Lawyers
If you have been injured on the job and are unable to work, you probably have many concerns. Most likely, your priorities include receiving proper medical care and maintaining your income while you recover. Ideally, workers' compensation will be there to help you with both of those issues. However, often times employers delay or even deny injured workers the treatment and benefits that are to be provided under the workers' compensation laws.
At Mormino, Velloff & Snider, P.C., our Illinois workers' comp lawyers understand the absolute need many injured workers have for receiving the full benefits that they deserve from their employers' workers' compensation insurance. Our experience and skill allow us to help those workers effectively pursue their workers' comp benefits, including medical treatment, lost wages and an award for any disability suffered.
Representing Workers Suffering Traumatic and Repetitive Injuries
Workers' compensation recognizes that employees may be injured either in a specific traumatic accident (e.g., broken bones, burns, falling) or over time due to the repetitive nature of their work (e.g., carpal tunnel syndrome, certain back injuries, exposure to chemicals or minerals over time).
Our role is to help you secure those benefits and the appropriate medical treatment through the production of sufficient medical evidence to prove the true state of your injury. We understand that diligence and thorough case preparation are the best ways for us to ensure that you receive the benefits you deserve.
Having an attorney represent your case early on can help you secure the proper benefits before any settlement is agreed to.
Being injured on the job can create uncertainty. We can help you have confidence about your future again. Call 618-465-2541 or simply contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation with one of our Alton workers' compensation attorneys. Our fees for all personal injury cases are contingent upon securing compensation for you, and for workers' comp cases fees are limited to 20 percent of recovery.