How long do you have to file a workman’s comp claim in Illinois?

In Illinois, the statute of limitations for a workers’ compensation case is three years from the day the injury occurred, or two years from the date the employee received their last workers’ compensation benefits, whichever is later.  For a repetitive trauma, the dates will vary, and you should contact a workers compensation lawyer for advice on how and when you need to file your claim.

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