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DuPage County Workers' Compensation Lawyers

Lombard Attorneys for Clients Injured on the Job

When you suffer an injury or an illness in the course of your employment, Illinois law provides you with the right to collect workers' compensation benefits to help address your losses. Unfortunately, collecting those benefits is not always that easy, and in some cases, it is seemingly impossible. At Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, we understand the challenges that you may be facing when you have been injured at work, and we are equipped to help you obtain the full benefits available under the law.


Salesman of fire protection equipment suffered a herniated disc while moving merchandise from his car, and the injury required surgery.


Mosquito control worker on the job for less than a week injured their back while lifting a motor.


Nurse at a mental health facility aggravated their back condition while restraining a patient.


Book binder developed bi-lateral Carpel Tunnel Syndrome from repetitive use of their wrists on an assembly line.


Client-Centered Workers' Compensation Representation

Illinois Lawyers Protecting Workers' Rights

On-the-job injuries and illnesses can occur in virtually any line of work. Of course, some industries are statistically more dangerous than others, but accidents can certainly happen anywhere. The experienced attorneys at our law firm will work with you in seeking compensation for any type of workplace injury or illness, including:

No matter what type of work you do, if you have been hurt on the job, we are ready to help you get the benefits the law says you deserve.

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Helping Injured DuPage County Workers Rebuild Their Lives

Workers' compensation benefits are intended to cover the costs of medical treatment and care, lost wages, and vocational rehabilitation when necessary. In some cases, workers' compensation is not sufficient or available to cover an injured worker's needs, and a third-party personal injury lawsuit may be necessary. In other situations, you may even qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. Whatever your situation may be, our award-winning attorneys will provide the responsible, straightforward representation you need. We can help file a workers' compensation claim, appeal the denial of benefits, and ensure that family members receive death benefits in cases where a person is killed in a workplace accident.

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