Archive, December 2022.
What to Know About High-Risk Careers and Workers’ Compensation in Illinois
Workers’ compensation in Illinois is a fundamental element of nearly every job in the state. Simply put, if you have a job in Illinois, it is more probable than not that you are eligible to receive workers’ compensation insurance if you suffer an injury at work or are made ill at work. While most workers in the state are qualified, some careers are considered high-risk and may result in workers utilizing workers’ compensation insurance multiple times in their careers. These high-risk occupations may include electricians, construction workers, and certain healthcare workers. Therefore, …
Posted in Workers' Compensation
What to Know About Medical Malpractice in Illinois
Medical malpractice is a term commonly thrown around, with few people knowing what it means. Medical malpractice is not a healthcare worker, such as a physician or nurse, making an honest mistake in a hospital or clinic setting. As with so many areas of life, honest mistakes happen. However, for medical malpractice to have taken place, there needs to have been negligence on the part of the healthcare professional or entity who performed the medical care, resulting in the injury or death of the patient.
Posted in Medical Malpractice
Pursuing Compensation for Herniated Disk Car Crash Injuries
Auto accidents can result in all sorts of injuries, many of which are severe. One prime example is a herniated disk. While they are not one of the more commonly thought of spinal injuries, herniated disks can still have a significant impact on the lives of those injured in car crashes. If you have suffered a herniated disk in a car crash, a qualified personal injury attorney can help you understand the compensation you may be owed.
Posted in Personal Injury
What to Do and Not Do if You Have Been Injured in a Car Accident
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 42,915 people perished in car accidents in 2021 alone. If the past has taught us anything, it is that accidents can happen at any time and for any reason. This is especially true when it comes to driving. Driving is a privilege and a necessary means of travel for millions of Americans. Unfortunately, the more often you drive, the higher the chances you will someday be in a car accident.
Posted in Auto Accidents