Can I Change My Workers' Comp Attorney?

Are you frustrated by the way your workers' compensation claim is going? Has your attorney promised action but failed to deliver? Has your workers' comp claim been denied or your benefits terminated?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then it's time to think about getting another attorney - one who is focused on getting results.

At The Law Offices of John S. Eliasik in Chicago, we are dedicated to helping injured workers get all of the medical care and workers' compensation benefits to which they are entitled. With more than 15 years of experience in all types of work injury claims, we have what it takes to overcome the hurdles that are built into the Illinois workers' compensation system.

For a free consultation about a work injury claim, call The Law Offices of John S. Eliasik at 312-489-8146. You'll be glad you did.

The Law Makes it Easy To Change Your Lawyer

You can choose another lawyer at any time during the course of your claim, or after your claim has been denied or your benefits have been terminated.

If you are dissatisfied with your current lawyer, call our firm at 312-489-8146 for a free, no-obligation consultation. We can review your situation, discuss the status of your claim and provide you with an objective opinion concerning the strength of your claim. If you decide to hire The Law Offices of John S. Eliasik, we will contact your current lawyer and request files and information concerning your case. We take over cases from other lawyers on a regular basis, and there will be no interruption in the legal effort.

Our goal in working for you will be to help you obtain all of the medical care and workers' compensation benefits you are entitled to receive.

Changing Lawyers Will Not Increase The Fees You Pay

Attorney fees in workers' compensation cases are set by law. These fees cannot exceed 20 percent of the compensation recovered, up to 20 percent of 364 weeks of the maximum Temporary Total Disability benefit, though there are some exceptions to this rule. This 20 percent fee is applied to the amount of the benefits you receive, regardless of how many lawyers you have retained over the course of your claim.

We handle workers' compensation claims on a contingency basis. You will owe an attorney fee only if we obtain workers' compensation benefits for you. There is no risk when you choose The Law Offices of John S. Eliasik.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

To learn how we can help you obtain the medical care and benefits you deserve, contact The Law Offices of John S. Eliasik by calling 312-489-8146.