Decatur Workers Compensation Lawyers
Protecting the rights of injured workers throughout Central Illinois.
Nearly all employers in Illinois are required to maintain workers compensation insurance so that injured workers can receive money to cover medical expenses and pay the bills. But unfortunately, it can be difficult for injured workers to obtain the benefits they are entitled to.
If you suffer an injury at work, your best bet on collecting maximum benefits is to contact an experienced workers compensation lawyer. An experienced workers compensation lawyer can handle your claim while you focus on your physical recovery.
Experienced Workers Compensation Lawyers
Our workers compensation lawyers rely on years of experience and intimate knowledge of the workers compensation insurance industry to obtain maximum compensation for injured workers. We have offices conveniently located in Decatur, Sullivan, and Bloomington, allowing us to represent injured workers across Central Illinois.
Free Workers Compensation Consultations
Understanding that most people seeking consultations with a workers’ compensation lawyer are not currently working due to their work-related injury, we do not charge for workers compensation consultations. Instead, we meet free of charge, discuss your possible claim, and will help you determine the best way to ensure that we obtain maximum benefits for you.
We do not charge hourly attorney time for work we perform on workers compensation cases. Instead, we take these cases on a contingency. A contingent fee agreement means we do not get paid until the claim is concluded. The amount we receive is a percentage of the award.
Contact BRE Law
If you have suffered an injury at work and need to speak with a workers’ compensation lawyer, let us show you how we can help. We are ready to put their years of individual and combined success to work for you to obtain maximum compensation after your work injury. Contact us for a free consultation.
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