For more than 35 years, my Workers' Compensation Law practice has helped Illinoisans from all walks of life get justice and the benefits that are due them as a result of their workplace injuries.
My practice does not follow the big-law-firm business model for a reason. In managing a smaller number of cases, I can provide my clients with closer, more personal attention, and I can develop a deeper understanding of their needs and concerns.
My approach is to be more accessible so that I can facilitate attorney-client communication — an essential component in successfully meeting the many deadlines and conditions that stand between your claim and the full benefits and compensation that you might be entitled to.
I press your case and I don't let up.
When it comes to Workers' Compensation claims, applicable legal agreements and state laws can be complicated. Witnesses may need to testify. And expert witnesses, too.
There also may be several ways to go about seeking redress, each with far-reaching implications. Typically, there are several strategic decisions to be made. And once a line of attack is determined, it’s important that you or your representative stay on top of your claim. Why should your claim languish — or you miss out on your full entitlement — because a deadline has been missed or because a document has not been submitted correctly?
My practice is committed to providing those who have been wronged with a thorough, assertive — and vigilant — legal strategy and follow-through.
My offices serve the Workers' Compensation, medical malpractice and other personal injury needs of Illinois residents in Cook, DuPage, Lake, Winnebago, Whiteside, Rock Island and Kane Counties, among others.
Basically, if you are in the northern half of the state, we can help you.
I am located just a block away from the tallest building in the United Sates — the Willis (Sears) Tower in downtown Chicago, Illinois and you're invited to stop in. Or, to schedule a free consultation.