Generations Of Experience Fighting For The Injured
A Long History of Legal Success
Since its inception, Anesi, Ozmon, Rodin, Novak & Kohen Ltd., has recovered millions of dollars for thousands of injured people. Our verdicts and settlements include numerous multimillion-dollar recoveries. Our firm is regularly involved in the area’s most noteworthy cases, such as our recovery for a group of union ironworkers injured in the 1993 Chicago post office collapse.
Often, injuries result in more than just one legal claim. At Anesi, Ozmon, Rodin, Novak & Kohen Ltd., we provide comprehensive legal services for our clients, meaning that you do not have to hire separate attorneys for separate personal injury claims, which can include those involving negligence and malpractice, workers’ compensation, Social Security Disability (SSD) and employment.
Our attorneys are leaders in the legal profession, both in the state of Illinois and nationally.
We Treat Each Case As If It Is Our Own
For more than 60 years, Illinoisans have entrusted their personal injury and workers’ compensation matters to us. We understand the uncertainty you face and aim to provide you peace of mind. Clients may worry about making ends meet while missing work because of injuries or staying out of debt from medical bills.
The last thing you should worry about is the status of your case. We believe in keeping our clients informed of where their cases are and what lies ahead. When you have questions, we will patiently answer all the questions you may have about the legal process. Our aim is to go above and beyond what you expect so that you can focus on recovery.
Find answers to frequently asked questions.
What Is Workers’ Compensation?
Workers’ compensation is a system of benefits provided for workers who sustain work-related injuries or diseases. The allowable benefits are established within the framework set by the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act and the Illinois Workers’ Occupational Diseases Act. Generally, three areas of benefits are provided to workers who are injured on the job: (1) payment of medical bills; (2) compensation for time lost from work; and (3) compensation for the permanent effects of an injury or exposure.
Should I Consult With An Attorney?
It is important to consult with lawyers experienced in workers’ compensation cases and “third party” cases. It is important that an experienced attorney looks at every aspect of your case to ensure that all your rights are protected. Employers, insurance companies and defense attorneys are skilled at handling claims, and you will be at a severe disadvantage if you attempt to deal with them on your own. The lawyers at Anesi, Ozmon, Rodin, Novak & Kohen Ltd. have been representing and protecting the working men and women of Illinois for over 50 years.
How Much Can My Attorney Charge Me For Handling My Workers’ Compensation Claim?
Your attorney is limited to 20% of the gross amount recovered in addition to the costs of the litigation paid by the attorney. However, there are some exceptional instances when the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission or the Workers’ Compensation Act determines the amount of fees to which the attorney is entitled.
Please remember, at Anesi, Ozmon, Rodin, Novak & Kohen Ltd., we offer you a free initial consultation to evaluate your case and discuss fees.