Wage Loss Benefits Attorneys Who Will Assert Your Rights

A workplace injury affects you and your family in many different ways. With the inability to work and take in the amount of income you are used to, it can put an immense amount of strain on your shoulders. If you are suffering from an on-the-job injury or an injury from a workplace accident, our firm can help you.

We are the attorneys at Strong Law Offices, and we represent those who have been injured in workplace accidents in Illinois workers' compensation claims. Our firm has convenient office locations in Peoria, Springfield, Bloomington and Decatur, and we represent clients in all the surrounding areas. We are committed to providing strong representation for injured people, and never side with the insurance company. For experienced and aggressive advocacy, choose our legal services.

Illinois Employee Wage Loss Claims Lawyers

If you are suffering from an injury in the workplace, you may be entitled to benefits for wage losses. Wage loss qualifications are based on the individual's earning capacity prior to the injury in comparison to their earning capacity after the injury. For individuals who were high wage earners, this difference can be very significant, so it is critical you seek legal counsel from an experienced workers' comp attorney. Wage loss benefits can be payable for the duration of an injured worker's disability, potentially for a lifetime.

Our Springfield wage loss benefits lawyers have significant experience handling these claims, and understand how to examine and investigate evidence in order to build your claim so that the extent and effect of your injuries are accurately determined. By working with an experienced lawyer, you will be able to ensure that you receive the maximum amount possible for your settlement.

By filing an Illinois workers' compensation claim, you will get the assistance you need. The award will be the difference in your former earning capacity and your post-injury earning capacity. If awarded workers' comp benefits, it is paid at two-thirds of the difference between your former gross wages and your current wage earning capacity.

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