Foot and Ankle Injury Lawyers Serving Illinois
Foot and ankle injuries can be the result of many different types of negligent actions. For example, workers can be injured from lack of safety gear or defective machinery. Because the foot is a weight-bearing joint, even a simple sprain can affect your ability to complete normal daily activities. If you have been injured on the job in Illinois, you are entitled to workers' compensation. We can help you file a claim.
Strong Law Offices represents injured workers throughout Illinois. Our firm is entirely dedicated to advocating for individuals who have suffered injuries — meaning we never represent insurance companies or large corporations. Our goal is to provide guidance and support for our clients, while making certain that they receive the compensation that they deserve for their injury or loss.
Strong Advocates Standing by Your Side
It takes more than just commitment to successfully represent an injured worker in a workers' comp claim. At Strong Law Offices, we have in-depth knowledge of workers' compensation law in Illinois and stay up to date with medical literature so we can effectively communicate with physicians and other medical professionals. We also have the knowledge necessary to identify errors in insurance documentation or weaknesses in statements regarding the type or severity of the injury that our client is suffering.
Types of Foot and Ankle Injuries
Our Illinois foot and ankle injury attorneys have been successful in representing workers in a wide range of claims, including:
Metatarsal and tarsal injuries
Phalange injuries (toe injuries)
Contact a Bloomington Attorney for an Achilles Tendon Rupture
Call Strong Law Offices today to schedule a free initial consultation. We are happy to book evening, weekend and off-site appointments to meet your convenience. We have office locations in Peoria, Bloomington, Springfield and Decatur. Call 1-800-234-0090 or contact our experienced lawyers online.
When You Have Been Injured, Get Strong — We Are On Your Side