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In this episode of Learn About Law, our Illinois Workers Compensation attorneys discuss Illinois Workers Compensation laws.
If you are injured at work, you are able to claim compensation for those injuries. There are certainly grey areas to these claims, however, and the process for filing a claim can be daunting. This article helps determine what are you able to make a claim for, as well as how to file a claim.
What is workers' compensation insurance? When does an employee have to pay worker's compensation? Is worker's comp insurance always required for every company? Attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains workers' compensation laws in Illinois in this episode of Learn About Law.
To ensure the safety of employees, worker's compensation can be utilized to assist in the well-being or recovery after an injury. Although not necessary for all employers, workers' compensation is a necessity for all hazardous jobs. This article goes further into detail about this distinction, as well as whether or not workers' insurance is necessary for an employer.
In this episode, we look at the different kind of workers' comp claims that can be filed in Illinois and how to calculate the payments for them.
The compensation that is delivered from workers' comp claims can vary greatly. There are many factors that go into determining that compensation. This article explains some of those factors.