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In this article, we will answer a reader’s question: “Do I have to see an ‘Independent Medical Contractor’ appointed to me by a Workers’ Comp Carrier?”
In this article we will explain how to calculate Illinois Workers’ Compensation Claims. For some foundational information about how Workers’ Compensation works in Illinois, check out: Illinois Workers’ Compensation Explained.
In this article, we will explain when Illinois employers are required to carry worker's compensation insurance.
In this article, we explain Illinois workers' compensation law. The Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act (820 ILCS 305, et al.) provides relief to employees who are injured in the course of their work. Injured employees can file a claim with the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission (“IWCC”), which is the organization in charge of overseeing all workers’ compensation claims.