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Monthly Archives: November 2023

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Factors Insurance Adjusters Use To Evaluate Workers’ Compensation Claims in an Attempt To Find Ways To Attack the Claim

By Connolly Injury Law |

Workers suffer injuries and illnesses while on the job all the time. Thankfully, the workers’ compensation system is in place to protect workers who suffer injuries or illnesses while on the job. Workers’ compensation protects employees who become ill or injured due to their job while safeguarding employers from potentially crippling financial consequences. After… Read More »

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Personal Injury Deposition Questions

By Connolly Injury Law |

A personal injury deposition is a legal proceeding in which the injured worker and other involved parties, such as the treating doctor and eyewitnesses, are questioned under oath. Depositions play a crucial role in workers’ compensation cases. If you say something you shouldn’t say during your deposition, it could adversely affect the outcome of… Read More »

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How an Expert Witness Can Help With Your Chicago Workers’ Compensation Case

By Connolly Injury Law |

After suffering an injury on the job in Chicago, you are entitled to recover workers’ compensation benefits. However, while you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits after suffering a work-related injury, you can expect that the insurance company will try to make it hard for you to recover what is rightfully yours. Insurance companies… Read More »

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Getting a Second Legal Opinion in Your Chicago Workers’ Compensation Case

By Connolly Injury Law |

When people think of second opinions, often, they think of medical second opinions. However, second opinions are not only reserved for the medical field. You can also get a second legal opinion. If you suffered a work-related injury or illness and hired an attorney to help you with your workers’ compensation claim, some situations… Read More »

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