Concerns After a Work-Related Injury
Most people looking at this page for a lawyer are here because something went wrong with the workers' compensation process. Perhaps you got a letter from your employer's insurance denying or delaying your payment, or perhaps your injury makes you unable to continue doing the same job you have always done.
Whatever your particular workers' compensation problem, I can help. I have been in the workers' compensation field for 35 years. I spent years as a claims adjuster working my way through college and law school at night and I have been a Wheaton workers' compensation attorney since 1992. I know the law of workers' compensation from the side of the employers and insurance companies as well as from the side of the worker. At The Law Offices of Christine M. Ory, P.C., I have the experience to help you get the compensation you need after a work-related injury.
Getting Payment for Your Injuries
One of the most important things I bring to the table for my clients is a commitment to getting the job done for them.
"Thanks again for all your hard work on my behalf. I truly appreciate how you have been able to expedite the settlement."
This statement is from a client I worked with recently and it represents how I help my clients most. I focus on my clients' needs. I walk them through the difficult process of workers' compensation law, and I advocate on my clients' behalf. Most importantly, I get the job done. I get my clients settlements and favorable outcomes, and I do it as quickly as possible.
I have experience handling all sorts of workers' compensation issues for my clients, from the very beginning of the workers' compensation process right to the end:
- Workplace injuries, including lifting injuries, fall injuries, repetitive injuries, head injuries and occupational diseases
- Traveling employee injuries
- Aggravation of pre-existing injuries
- Reduction of earning capacity injuries
Contact an Illinois Workplace Injury Attorney
My office is located near the train station in downtown Wheaton. I take appointments from 8–5 and on evenings and weekends when needed. Either call my office or contact me online for a free consultation with an attorney.