Injured At Work?

If you are injured in a workplace accident, it is important to remember that there are specific time frames for reporting the accident and filing a claim. If you fail to meet these time frames, you may be barred from pursuing your claim. It is important you talk with an attorney and learn about your rights after an accident.

At Hasselberg Grebe Snodgrass Urban & Wentworth, we work with clients in Central Illinois who have been injured on the job. We work to help maximize your claim so you get the full amount of benefits that you are entitled to after an accident. We explain the process and keep you informed. Understanding the workers' compensation system helps lessen the anxiety and stress associated with pursuing the claim.

Workplace Injuries

Accidents in the workplace can cause a wide array of injuries. Some of the most common types of injuries our lawyers handle include:

  • Shoulder injuries
    • Rotator cuff tears
  • Broken bones
  • Muscle and ligament injuries
  • Hip injuries
  • Leg injuries
  • Back injuries
  • Head injuries
    • Traumatic brain injuries
    • Neck injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries

There are various types of benefits for workers' comp cases in Illinois, and the type of benefits you are entitled to can depend on the extent of your injuries. It is important you work with a lawyer who can provide insight on this process and protect your interests. Our workers compensation practice has been built solely on referrals from satisfied clients to others who are in need of assistance. Hasselberg Grebe Snodgrass Urban & Wentworth is ready to assist you.

Our Partners Ken Snodgrass, Boyd Roberts and John Dundas head our Workers' Compensation team along with the assistance of our associates Kyle Tompkins, Kevin Day, Logan Block and Michael Toren.

Schedule An Appointment

Please call 309-637-1400 or complete an online form to discuss your workers' compensation case. You will meet directly with one of the lawyers. Our office is located in Peoria, and we handle cases throughout Illinois.