Have You Been Injured At Work? Don’t Delay. Contact Us For Prompt Assistance.
While working, you have a hard-earned reputation for your ability to get the job done well and on time. When your co-workers need help, they rely on your know-how to assist with new and complex tasks. The work you do can be dangerous, but your pay and the support system make it worthwhile.
Until you get hurt in a workplace accident, that is. Whether your injury is slight or severe, you deserve to receive compensation for the damage done. The Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act was passed to protect workers after they suffered a work-related injury. Working with the Law Office of Stephen P. Rapp can ensure that you follow the filing process appropriately and receive full and fair benefits. Contact our office promptly after being injured on the job.
The Law Office of Stephen P. Rapp has represented injured workers in manufacturing, industrial, health care and construction accidents. Attorney Stephen P. Rapp has decades of experience fighting insurance companies or employers. A life-long resident of Quincy, Illinois, Mr. Rapp is the personal injury lawyer you want to defend your interests when you have been injured on the job.
Designing Aggressive Strategies To Secure These Benefits For You
When you consult with our staff, we will study the circumstances surrounding your accident and advise you of benefits you may be entitled to receive, including:
- Weekly compensation
- Payment for reasonable and necessary medical expenses
- Payment for permanent disability
- Payment for serious and permanent injuries or disfigurement
Our union-friendly law firm has helped injured clients obtain maximum compensation for their injuries. Mr. Rapp has received a Superb rating by Avvo for his personal injury representation and is a member of The Top Trial Lawyers in America™.
When your welfare is at stake, you can count on our experience to find a just solution.
Representing Workers After Their Claim Has Been Rejected
Many workers fail to file their claims in time because they are afraid they will suffer retaliation at work. Employer retaliation is illegal. Consult with our firm to learn about your rights under the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act and to make certain that you claim is filed correctly.