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Aurora Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Aurora Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

If you were injured at work, you may be eligible for compensation to cover your lost wages, medical bills, and other expenses. Under the Illinois’ Workers’ Compensation Act, employers must provide workers’ compensation insurance to their employees. If you get hurt on the job, you may file a claim, no matter the circumstances of your injury. Unfortunately, workers’ compensation claims get denied all the time that should not be. The Kryder Law Group, LLC, can help you fight a denial and collect financial recovery.

At The Kryder Law Group, LLC, our Aurora workers compensation lawyers help injured workers fight to get their claims approved so they can start rebuilding their lives. In addition, we can investigate your claim to determine whether any negligent parties were directly responsible for your losses. If so, we can pursue them in a private civil action, which can open up additional avenues of compensation.

Our legal team works on a contingency fee basis, meaning that we do not get paid our attorney’s fees unless your case is successful. To receive a free, no-obligation case evaluation with a member of our team today, call The Kryder Law Group, LLC, at (312) 223-1700.

Your Aurora Work Injury Compensation

If you are successfully able to receive workers’ compensation benefits, you may be able to recover the cost of various items.

This could include:

  • The reasonable cost of your medical bills
  • The cost of rehabilitation
  • Lost wages
  • Reduced earning capacity

During the course of your legal team’s investigation, they may discover that your injuries resulted from another party’s negligence. For example, if you were working as a mechanic, and a tool you were using malfunctioned and injured you, you could have the basis of a product liability claim.

If this aspect is relevant in your case, through a civil action, you could recover the cost of:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Reduced earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering and inconvenience
  • Emotional trauma
  • Disability

The compensable damages in your case will rest upon the details of your situation.

For a free legal consultation with a workers' compensation lawyer serving Aurora, call (312) 598-0739

Work Injuries Eligible for Compensation

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), in 2018, over 110,000 nonfatal injuries and illness affected Illinois’ workers. Not all of these workers had traditionally dangerous occupations. Sometimes, even office jobs result in work-related injuries that require medical care and force employees to spend time away from their jobs.

No matter what type of work injury you suffered, you have legal options. The Aurora workers compensation lawyers at The Kryder Law Group, LLC, can help you file a workers’ compensation claim and collect money to cover your medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses.

We have helped injured workers recover compensation for the following types of work injuries:

Construction Site Injuries

Construction sites can be minefields of potential injuries. No matter how careful you are or how diligently you perform your job, the danger of injury is ever-present. We can help you file a workers’ compensation claim and get paid for your construction site injury.

Auto Accidents

If you are required to drive as part of your job, an auto accident on the clock is considered a work injury, and you are eligible for workers’ compensation. If your employer disputes your eligibility, we can advocate on your behalf and help you get your claim approved.

Manual Labor and Lifting

If you got hurt doing any type of lifting or manual labor on the job (even if you do not have a traditionally labor-intensive job), you could still qualify for workers’ compensation benefits. Your legal team can review the details of your situation and determine a course of action that suits your case.

Repetitive Stress Injuries

Repetitive stress injuries, according to Healthline, are caused by repetitive motions. They are present in office work, particularly among employees who type, file, make copies, or perform other tasks dozens of times per day. These injuries are every bit as legitimate as manual labor injuries, and we can help you get compensated for them.

Slip and Fall Injuries

If you slipped and fell on the job, we can help you recover compensation, whether you were performing a job-related duty at the time of your fall or otherwise.

Other Workplace Injuries

We want to hear from you no matter how your workplace injury occurred.

For a free workers’ compensation case evaluation with The Kryder Law Group, LLC, call us at (312) 223-1700.

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Fighting Against Your Claim’s Denial

While most workers’ compensation claims are handled without getting into the weeds of legal action, sometimes, employers deny these claims.

For your employer to deny your claim, they must be able to show one of two things:

Alcohol or Drug Intoxication

An employer may deny a workers’ compensation claim if evidence shows the employee was under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of their injury. However, the burden is on the employer to prove that the worker was intoxicated.

Gross Recklessness

An employer may also deny a workers’ compensation claim by showing that the injured worker exhibited gross recklessness when they got hurt. Gross recklessness does not mean carelessness or simple negligence; it means the worker was doing something clearly and obviously dangerous without regard for the consequences.

We will push back against any claims made by your employer that you were intoxicated or grossly negligent at the time of your injury. An Aurora workers compensation lawyer can help you understand your legal options and guide you through the process of filing an appeal.

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The Statute of Limitations

735 ILCS 5/ of the Civil Procedure, also known as Illinois’ statute of limitations, gives you two years from the date of your accident to file a lawsuit against a negligent party. However, this only applies to private civil actions. Workers’ compensation has various timelines for taking action, depending on whether you are filing an initial claim or an appeal.

Yet, these deadlines come fast. You should consider speaking with a lawyer about your situation if you have not done so already. The Kryder Law Group, LLC, can review the details of your case and share any pending deadlines that could affect your case’s success.

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Call Today for a Free Workers’ Compensation Case Evaluation

The Aurora workers compensation lawyers at The Kryder Law Group, LLC, are ready to help you today. For a free consultation, call our team now at (312) 223-1700.

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