Attorney Chris Doscotch explains what it means if you're prevented from returning to work.
Attorney Chris Doscotch explains what your workers' compensation rights are in the state of Illinois.
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Proposed changes in Workers' Compensation law tilts the playing field even more in favor of businesses and insurance companies. If an employee is injured: Employers will have the absolute right to choose the first doctor. Work differential benefits will NOT be for life and can be reduced. Utilization Reviews may be used to overrule your doctor's medical opinion. Now more than ever you need to be proactive from the beginning. Protect your rights. Call the Law Office of Chris Doscotch for a no-charge consultation at 309-681-9970 or email email@example.com.
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New workers' compensation laws are being enacted limiting your access to medical care and monetary benefits. These changes create new obstacles favoring the insurance companies and corporations, making it even more difficult to receive what you are owed.
On September 1st, 2011, changes in workers' compensation laws will drastically restrict the right to compensation for those with repetitive stress injuries or diabilities. If you have a repetitive stress injury to your hands, elbows, knees or shoulders, report your condition to your employer now and seek medical care prior to September 1st, 2011.