Central Illinois Workers' Compensation Lawyers

Workers’ compensation claims occur when an employee suffers an injury at work. Although most workers are entitled to workers’ compensation for a work-related injury or illness, full benefits may be difficult to obtain. The experienced personal injury lawyers at Bolen Robinson & Ellis understand how difficult these claims can be, and our workers’ compensation lawyers are committed to ensuring that those entitled to workers’ compensation obtain the results they deserve.

About Workers' Compensation Claims

Every employee has the right to a safe workplace. Nevertheless, workers suffer injuries on a daily basis. Common workplace injuries include:

  • Fractures
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Sprains
  • Concussions
  • Amputations
  • Bruises
  • Chemical and electric burns
  • Lacerations

The industries with the greatest amount of work-injury or work-illness claims include:

  • Transportation.
  • Warehousing.
  • Agriculture.
  • Construction.

However, many employee injuries also occur in office settings. Thus regardless of your whether you are a blue collar or a white collar employee, you may be entitled to a bring a claim if you have either been injured at work or sustain a work-related illness.

Contact BRE Law for a Free Consultation

Employees injured at work often suffer the burden of large expenses, including hospital bills, medical treatment and medication, childcare, loss of personal time with loved ones, and missed time from work. A successful workers’ compensation claim can reimburse injured workers for those expenses.

Bolen Robinson & Ellis is committed to ensuring that injured workers obtain the results that they deserve. If you have been hurt at work, your employer and the insurance companies likely have attorneys representing them – it is important that you also have an experienced attorney working for you. Contact us for a free consultation.

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