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Is there a time limit for reporting a work accident?
Yes. You should immediately report any accident to your supervisor. Notice to a co-worker is not notice to your employer. If possible, report the accident in writing, have the supervisor sign the report, and save a copy of the report. Verbal notice is sufficient, but presenting a written notice that is signed by the supervisor should resolve any disputes at a later date. Under Illinois law, you are required to report your accident within 45 days.
How are we paid?
Our fees are based on a contingency arrangement and are set by Illinois law. We are not paid unless you recover. You will pay $0 in up-front costs in pursuing your claim.
Do I need to receive medical treatment on the date of the accident?
No. However, your claim is strengthened if you have medical treatment on the date of the accident that provides an accurate history of how the accident happened and the injuries suffered. Make sure to list any and all body parts that were injured in the accident and give a descriptive history of the accident to all medical providers.
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