Top Rated Illinois Workers’ Compensation Lawyers – Krol, Bongiorno & Given, Ltd.

Categories: Illinois Workers’ Compensation Law. | March 15, 2024

The workers’ compensation system in Illinois was designed to protect injured workers and give them the security of knowing they would receive medical care and lost wages when injured on the job. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always happen this way. You may have to fight for proper medical treatment.

If you have a workplace injury, it is crucial to find experienced attorneys to handle your case. Because your employer is required to have Workers’ Compensation insurance, you will need an expert team like Krol, Bongiorno & Given to ensure that you get the compensation you need to recover from your injuries. Since 1962, we have been a leader in the field of workers’ compensation law, protecting the rights of tens of thousands of workers injured on the job.

Dealing with a workplace illness or injury is a stressful process. Don’t add to that the stress of dealing with your employer’s insurance company. All claims are handled on a contingency basis, meaning we do not get paid until your claim is favorably resolved. We know this is a very difficult time in your life, and we are sensitive to the stresses you are experiencing as a result of your injury.

You will never feel lost in the crowd here. We work diligently to know the smallest of details about your case. Other large firms shuffle cases through, never taking the time to truly learn the ins and outs of each case. We feel this is a huge mistake. The small details can be the difference between a huge financial recovery and walking away short-changed. We do our very best to make sure that does not happen. If you were hurt on the job and have specific questions or concerns about your legal rights or your legal options, please do not hesitate to contact us at (312) 726-5567 for a free consultation.

Krol, Bongiorno & Given provides legal services to residents in the Chicago metropolitan area, including Cook County, DeKalb County, DuPage County, Grundy County, Kankakee County, Kane County, Kendall County, McHenry County, and Will County.