Take the time to fill out this report correctly as misinformation on the report may negatively affect the outcome of your case. But, don’t just sign anything your employer hands you. Make sure you read through all paperwork and understand what they mean now and in the future of your case.
Legally, an employer appointed doctor might be required by your company to complete a medical examination. The results will then be forwarded to your employer, but don’t stop there.
This will ensure that your medical examination was completed correctly and not swayed by your employer to avoid paying for higher compensation.
Once you have completed both doctor examinations, consult and hire a personal injury attorney in the Chicago area. Many reputable attorneys will offer free consultations so make sure you take the time to find the right attorney for you.
Your new personal injury attorney will help you gather the necessary paperwork (Including doctor reports, employer contracts, accident location information, etc.) and set up a claim with your insurance company. Your personal injury lawyer will then obtain temporary workmen’s compensation payments for you while you are unable to work.
Once you are released by a treating physician and received all of your medical bills and records, you are eligible to receive your full settlement amount.
If you or a loved one has been involved in an injury at work, contact the experienced worker's compensation lawyers in Schaumburg (Greater Chicago area) by visiting our website at IAmCallingMyLwyer.com or calling us at 888-841-HURT.