How to Win a Workers' Compensation Claim in Illinois, 2nd Edition

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After working in film and video production for five years, Mark Weissburg studied law at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, where he served on the editorial board of the law review and graduated in 1995 with honors.

Since then, he has been practicing law with a focus on the rights of injured workers. He has helped thousands of injured people get the benefits they are entitled to. His areas of expertise include Workers' Compensation law, Medicare subrogation rights and set aside arrangements, and disability benefits law. He has also taught at The John Marshall Law School as an adjunct law professor.

Mark Weissburg is a partner with Horwitz, Horwitz & Associates at both their Chicago and Joliet offices, representing clients throughout the Chicago area. He can be reached at 312-372-8822 and 815-723-8822.

How to Win a Workers' Compensation Claim in Illinois, 2nd Edition

Authored by Mark Weissburg

Illinois workers have a powerful set of rights protecting them if they get injured. But you need to understand those rights in order to protect them. Author Mark Weissburg has won millions of dollars for injured workers, and now he reveals the secrets of winning these cases to you. You'll learn:

The top 10 secrets that insurance adjusters don't want you to know

The 3 basic rights you have under the Workers' Compensation Act, and other important benefits you might be entitled to

What to tell your doctor and what you doctor needs to put in your treatment records to help you win your claim

The red flags that will alert you to problems with your claim

And a lot more that you need to know if you're going to win your claim and get the benefits you deserve

The insurance company has their handbook and their attorney. Who have you got in your corner? Benefit from the advice of an experienced attorney, protect your rights, and get the benefits you deserve.

New in this Second Edition, changes to the law made in 2011 that have a significant impact on workers' rights.

Publication Date:
1463703406 / 9781463703400
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8" x 10"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Law / Medical Law & Legislation

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