Anesi Ozmon Rodin Novak & Kohen, LTD. partnered with the non-profit Center for Companies That Care, to host a group of Chicago Public School students participating in a career awareness program. The program exposes students to a diverse range of careers and industries during a four-week period of the summer. The students visiting Anesi Ozmon all expressed an interest in law careers. Please click here to find more photos and information. (more…)
A Local #63 ironworker sustained a serious leg fracture. He subsequently developed CRPS. His doctor recommended a spinal cord stimulator. His employer refused to pay for it and disputed the nature and extent of his injury. Partner Jeffrey M. Alter filed an emergency petition at the Industrial Commission and the ironworker was awarded the spinal cord stimulator and all back benefits which had been denied. Great job Jeff!
A Local #150 operating engineer seriously injured his back at work. Incredibly, his employer completely denied his claim for workers' compensation benefits. Partner Jeffrey M. Alter took on the case and proceeded to trial on behalf of the worker. After being brought to their knees, the company settled the claim for $125,000.00 and was required to also pay all of the worker's medical expenses. Justice done. Congrats to Jeffrey M. Alter!