Partners Jeffrey M. Alter and Douglas A. Colby along with Associate Hayley G. Slefo of Anesi Ozmon, Rodin, Novak & Kohen, Ltd. wrote an amicus brief to the Supreme Court of Illinois on behalf of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA). The brief makes an argument against crediting the plaintiff with a 25% workers’ compensation fee on future medical benefits.
This is another example of the great work that our team of experienced trial lawyers and litigators do to protect workers’ rights in Illinois. We are proud of our attorneys’ contributions to assist in the fight for injured laborers and tradespeople. We believe that every worker should not suffer economic hardships if they are injured while on the job. The amicus brief our attorneys produced for the Supreme Court of Illinois will serve to help protect the laws that ensure workers injured on the job are fairly compensated by their employers.
We Support Illinois Workers and Their Families
At Anesi Ozmon, Rodin, Novak & Kohen, Ltd., we know the law because we help to shape the law. When attempts are made to limit victims’ rights, we do not stand on the sidelines. On a daily basis, we fight to protect and expand those rights. For more information about the rights and benefits available to injured workers in Illinois, see our booklet: Injured on the Job.
Call today at 312-997-5784 to speak to one of our Illinois Workers’ Compensation lawyers about your case.