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Tips to take better photos for a Workers' Comp or Personal Injury Case

Nov 15, 2019 12:27:04 PM / by Christopher Santucci posted in Workers' Compensation

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In a personal injury or workers' compensation lawsuit, photographic evidence can be a deciding factor in a case. Here are some tips for taking better photographs.

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The Basics of Bankruptcy

Aug 6, 2019 5:04:56 PM / by Chris Williams posted in Bankruptcy

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Bankruptcy can be a complicated process with many components. Here is a general breakdown of key parts.

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The right to control an individual’s actions in employer-employee relationship

Apr 10, 2019 12:27:30 PM / by Michelle Porro posted in Workers' Compensation

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The appellate court reviewed the essential factors for determining whether an individual is an employee versus an independent contractor in Agnes Skzubel v. IWCC, 01-09-0442WC. The initial question presented was whether Four M, which is in the business of distributing newspapers to stores and vendors for the Sun-Times, was an employer of Agnes Skzubel. The court answered in the affirmative.

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The Illinois Employee Act—Constitutional or not? An analysis of Bartlow v. Costigan

Apr 8, 2019 9:00:00 AM / by Michelle Porro posted in Workers' Compensation

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Can a petitioner waive the right to a Section 8(d)(2) wage differential absent a request by petitioner for a specific loss PPD award

Apr 3, 2019 12:49:29 PM / by Michelle Porro posted in Workers' Compensation

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Can Workers' Comp Carrier Misconduct Affect Right to Recovery

Apr 3, 2019 11:15:27 AM / by Michelle Porro posted in Workers' Compensation

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An analysis of In re Estate of Arnold Rexroad Sr.

Can a workers’ compensation carrier’s misconduct result in a forfeiture of their right to recovery under Section 5(b) of the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act? The appellate court overruled the circuit court and decided that the facts in this case did not justify forfeiture of the 5(b) lien, however, it has happened in other states.

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What is a Functional Capacity Evaluation

Apr 2, 2019 11:28:36 AM / by Christopher Santucci posted in Workers' Compensation

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What is an FCE

When recovering from a workplace injury, your doctor may request that you have a Functional Capacity Evaluation. A Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) is a test usually delivered by a physical therapist after a round of treatment to determine whether an injured worker can safely return to work (including Full Duty, Modified Duty or Transitional Duty).  These tests typically range from 2-6 hours and can cover a wide variety of functions including how long and how often you can do the following:

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Choosing Your Doctor

Nov 7, 2017 11:13:15 AM / by Christopher Santucci posted in Workers' Compensation

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First Steps After an Accident at Work

Nov 7, 2017 10:41:11 AM / by Christopher Santucci posted in Workers' Compensation

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What You Can Do Now to Protect Your Rights


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What is Workers' Compensation?

Nov 7, 2017 10:29:13 AM / by Christopher Santucci posted in Workers' Compensation

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Workers’ compensation is a mandated state program that provides compensation to employees and workers who have suffered job or work related illnesses and injuries.

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