Which Benefits am I Entitled to for my Workers’ Compensation Case?

Posted on July 3rd, 2015 by Bradley Dworkin

  Injured workers in Illinois are entitled to benefits for their workers’ compensation case as set out by the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act. Depending on the injury and overall case, a workers’ compensation case can include different types of benefits. Many workers are injured on the job every year, therefore every work injury is different. […]

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How to Pick a Doctor for your Work Injury

Posted on July 1st, 2015 by Bradley Dworkin

Individuals should pick a doctor they’re completely comfortable with when it comes to treating their work injury. Injured workers should think long and hard before they pick a doctor to help with their work injury. The Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act sets out certain rules for choosing a physician. It is important to understand these before […]

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Can Vocational Training Help Me?

Posted on June 29th, 2015 by Bradley Dworkin

Vocational training can have enormous benefits for those that have been placed on permanent restrictions by their doctor due to a work injury. Vocational training helps workers that sustained a serious work injury transition into a new career path. Individuals that have been placed on permanent restrictions by their doctor may no longer be able to […]

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Tips for Managing Stress & Promoting Well-Being

Posted on June 27th, 2015 by Bradley Dworkin

Many individuals may not consider the importance of mental health but effectively managing stress can have a beneficial effect on their work life and life in general. Many individuals experience some sort of mental stress while at work. An overbearing schedule or overwhelming work can be causes. Workers of different industries may have different sources for […]

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The Alarming Frequency of Back Injuries in the Workplace

Posted on June 24th, 2015 by Bradley Dworkin

Back injuries in the workplace are among the most common causes for workers’ compensation cases in Illinois. The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) reports that back injuries in the workplace account for over one million instances of work-related injuries every year. One fourth of indemnity claims are traced to back injuries, which means many employees […]

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