Types of Workers We Represent
Workers Compensation Experts in Illinois
Here at Malman Law, we have been serving the public in the greater Chicago area since 1994. In that time, we have seen just about every case imaginable – and we are proud to say that we have enjoyed a success rate of 95%. We care about the rights of injured workers, and we have dedicated our careers to helping them get justice for unfortunate accidents, injuries and illnesses.
Our Illinois workers compensation lawyers work hard, and we are not afraid to aggressively pursue the compensation you deserve. Our attorneys always put forth their best efforts to obtain an out-of-court settlement, but if that cannot be arranged, we will take your case before a judge without hesitation.
When you meet with our accident and injury lawyers for the first time, we provide a no-hassle, no-obligation evaluation of your case. And yes, it is completely free. We will sit down with you and examine the facts, and if you decide to retain us, we’ll get to work right away. We know you have a lot on your mind, and we want you to focus on recovering from your injury and getting back to work. We will take care of all the legwork, and we strive to resolve your matter as quickly as possible.
Chicago is a large city with a thriving, busy workforce, and we represent workers of all types in just about every profession there is. Your job does not have to require daily physical labor to qualify for a work injury lawsuit or worker’s compensation benefits. We know that accident can happen any time, to anyone.
Whether your injury or illness was due to an unsafe building, a slip and fall on company grounds, food poisoning, or a cumulative injury such as knee problems or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, you have an ally in Malman Law.
Below you’ll find information, examples and descriptions of some of the most common job-related injuries we have worked with. If you have questions, call us any time.
- Truck and Package Delivery Workers
- Construction Workers
- Heavy Equipment Operators
- Public Transportation Employees
- Government Employees
- Office Workers
- Healthcare Workers
- Factory Workers
- Airline Employees
- Railroad Employees
- Cab Drivers
- Bus Drivers
- Maintenance Workers
- Anyone injured on the job