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Should I File A Workers’ Compensation Claim or Sue My Employer?

Posted on July 20th, 2020

Should I File A Workers’ Compensation Claim or Sue My Employer? I’ve Been Hurt at Work and Need Help, But I Don’t Want To Lose My Job By Suing. Now What? “Should I File A Workers’ Compensation Claim or Sue My Employer?” is a question we hear often. The great news is you don’t have […]

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My Spouse Died From Covid-19 & I Can’t Afford Burial Costs

Posted on May 4th, 2020

My Spouse Died From Covid-19 & I Can’t Afford Burial Costs Who can help? In these trying times it is more important than ever to give thanks to the workers that put their lives on the line to keep our community running. The Illinois Hammer Injury Law Firm commends these workers. Some of our brave […]

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3 Winter Injuries – When You Should and Shouldn’t Seek Legal Recourse

Posted on January 13th, 2020

If winter were a movie category, it would be a horror film. Danger truly lurks in the most unsuspecting places where innocent people never see an injury coming. The sidewalks and roads are icy and slick. The penetrating cold causes stiffer muscles, slower reaction times, and overall contributes to lethargic awareness. The Illinois Hammer Injury […]

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The Injuries You Should Be Focusing On

Posted on July 25th, 2018

Overexertion is the most common cause of work injuries and workers’ compensation claims. It can become an issue in any kind of job, but some jobs have a higher risk, such as construction workers, delivery drivers, warehouse workers, sea-men, drywall installers and even office workers. Overexertion occurs when your daily physical activity is beyond your […]

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Injured On The Job – What You Do Next Matters!

Posted on February 22nd, 2017

Injured on the job, report it immediately to your employer. If possible take pictures using your smartphone of any hazardous conditions that caused your injury. If there are witnesses, be sure to get their names and contact information. Follow your employer’s process for reporting work injuries. Seek medical treatment promptly. Tell your medical provider what […]

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