COVID-19 Update: How We Are Serving and Protecting Our Clients

Current Business Operations

*******Frequently Asked Questions*******

IS YOUR OFFICE OPEN DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS?

Yes, we are open and here to help. We are communicating via telephone, e-mail, teleconferencing and videoconferencing.


ARE YOU ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS?

Yes, we certainly are. We offer a Free Consultation to anyone seeking legal representation. Please contact us through our website chat or via telephone at 312-263-6330, 800-444-1525 or 888-626-5556. 


HOW CAN I GET UPDATES ABOUT MY CASE?

Our team remains at your service to provide real time answers and updates on your current case. Call or e-mail us to speak to one of our dedicated staff members or attorneys.


WHAT IF I HAVE A COURT APPEARANCE?

In person court appearances are currently suspended. It is uncertain when things will be re-scheduled. If you are due to appear at any court function, kindly contact our office for further details.


MY ATTORNEY USUALLY COMES TO MY UNION HALL FOR IN-PERSON MEETINGS, CAN WE STILL MEET?

In order to comply with the order of Governor Pritzker, the law firm will not be traveling to the union halls for interviewing at least through the end of May. However, we remain available to take telephone calls and emails. 


I HAD TO MISS A THERAPY/ DOCTOR APPOINTMENT DUE TO SELF-QUARANTINE. SHOULD MY WORKERS' COMPENSATION BENEFITS STOP?  

No. Your benefits should not be stopped or interrupted. Click here to read our previous blog for more details or call us at 312-263-6330, 800-444-1525 or 888-626-5556.


I AM EMPLOYED IN THE MEDICAL FIELD (OR HAVE A JOB WHICH REQUIRES CLOSE INTERACTIONS WITH POTENTIALLY AFFECTED INDIVIDUALS) AND HAVE CONCERNS ABOUT COVID-19 EXPOSURE, WHAT SHOULD I DO?

Employees in the medical field such as nurses, doctors, medical professionals/technicians/staff, first responders, general hospital staff or employees who have close interactions with others through their employment, such as police officers, grocery store/food industry employees, delivery employees and sanitation workers, who are at a higher risk of exposure than the general public, should complete an incident/accident report and seek immediate treatment if they develop any symptoms. If you are employed in any of these fields where your risk of infection is greater than the general population, by the nature of your work, and have questions about Workers' Compensation in Illinois, please feel free to contact us anytime at 312-263-6330, 800-444-1525 or 888-626-5556.