Illinois Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
Elfenbaum Evers & Amarilio, P.C. is a Union Privilege © law firm located in Chicago, Illinois. Our firm’s focus is on helping people, primarily injured workers, with their Illinois Workers’ Compensation claims. For over four decades, tens of thousands of Illinois workers and their families have relied on us to help them recover from the effects of on-the-job accidents, injuries, and diseases.When fighting for injured workers, our goals are clear and simple:
- Keep injured workers fully paid while they are off work
- Get injured workers to the very best hospitals and doctors
- Get injured workers top-dollar compensation for their injuries.
A workers’ compensation claim can quickly become a nightmare, and you do not have to fight alone.
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We force employers and insurance carriers to pay millions a month to our clients in settlements and medical coverage!
If you have been in an accident, or injured or poisoned at work, we would be honored to discuss your rights with you. The initial consultation is always free. Call 312-226-2650 and ask to speak with one of our lawyers.
We provide flexible scheduling options including evening, weekend and on-site appointments. We represent individuals and families in Cook County and throughout Illinois. Contact our office to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case with our professionals. Or you can fill out the form below and we will return your inquiry at the earliest convenience:
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