When Employers Fail to Carry Workers’ Compensation Insurance

Under Illinois law, employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance, and when they don’t, they may face criminal penalties along with civil liability. An estimated 90 percent of employers in the state carry the required coverage, which is meant to protect workers who are injured on the job.

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Trump Administration May Prompt Surge in Occupational Disease Claims

One of President Trump’s first executive actions in 2017 was to impose a federal hiring freeze on civilian employees. This freeze is expected to prompt a surge in occupational disease claims and other types of workers compensation claims filed by a workers comp attorney. (Article continues below Infographic) Impact of the Federal Hiring Freeze President […]

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Liability and Driverless Cars: Who is Responsible?

Driverless cars introduce new questions regarding liability, fault, and responsibility for car accidents with no easy solutions. Driverless are filled with promise, if the future peddled by technologists, governments, and companies are realized. Proponents of the driverless cars tote them as a solution for traffic, carbon emissions, and car accidents. However, there is a long […]

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When You Want the Best Car Accident Attorney

The number of automobile accidents and the rates of injuries and fatalities are on the rise throughout the country. When a driver, passenger, or pedestrian are involved in an automobile accident, it is important to retain a lawyer who understands and knows the most effective way to apply Illinois law when bringing a car accident […]

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