Illinois Workers' Compensation Lawyers - Chicago
Our Lawyers can help you with the following:
- WORKERS' COMPENSATION (aka WORKMANS' COMP)
- PERSONAL INJURY - Car Accidents, Slip & Fall Cases, Any injury due to the negligence of another party
- SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY
- OTHER EMPLOYMENT CLAIMS
You were injured at work in Illinois. Our Chicago, Illinois workers' compensation lawyers can help. The workers' compensation insurance company might be paying you benefits, but underpaying you. The insurance company might be approving your treatment, but with a doctor you don't want. The insurance company might be denying your injury completely. You want to know your Illinois workers' compensation rights. You need our help. You have come to the right place.
Call us TODAY at (312) 782-8372.
Our workers' compensation lawyers are here for a free initial consultation. 100% confidential. 100% free. And if you decide to hire us, there is no fee unless we collect for you.
The Chicago workers' compensation lawyers at Corti, Aleksy & Castaneda are among the most experienced workers' compensation lawyers in Illinois. We are one of only six law firms ranked in Tier 1 for Illinois workers' compensation claimants in Chicago in the U.S. News & World Report Best Law Firms 2013 rankings. If you were injured or hired in the state of Illinois, the Workers' Compensation Guys at our law firm can help you. We are listed in Best Lawyers, Super Lawyers, Martindale-Hubbell, Leading Lawyers Network, and the Better Business Bureau.
Peter D. Corti, Richard E. Aleksy, John J. Castaneda, and the rest of our legal staff have a combined experience of 203 years. Directly across the street from the Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission located in downtown Chicago, our lawyers can file your workers' compensation claim and work for you right away.
Our lawyers serve most of Illinois, including Cook, DuPage, Lake, McHenry, and Will County, and many other parts of Central and Southern Illinois, including Chicago, Wheaton, Aurora, Elgin, Joliet, Naperville, Schaumburg, Oswego, Berwyn, Cicero, Waukegan, Oak Park, Arlington Heights, Peoria, Oak Brook, Bourbonnais, Ottawa, Niles, Romeoville, Chicago Heights, Rockford, Bloomingdale, and many other cities in Illinois.
Awards or recognitions are not a requirement to practice law in Illinois.