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Workers' Comp

What are the Steps in a Workers' Compensation Case?

Experiencing an injury at work is overwhelming and having to navigate the workers’ compensation process alone is often daunting. At Black & Jones, we understand the challenges you face and are here to guide you through every step of the way. Let’s take a look at each individual step of the process that will help you secure the benefits you deserve.

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5 Things to Avoid When Looking For a Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Learning about workers’ compensation can be daunting with all of the legal jargon, especially when you’re recovering from a workplace injury. The right attorney can make a world of difference, ensuring you get the benefits you deserve. However, the wrong choice could leave you frustrated and potentially without the compensation you deserve. At Black & Jones in Rockford, Illinois, we want to help you make the best choice possible. Here are five things to avoid when selecting a workers’ compensation attorney.

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What Should I Expect at My Initial Consultation with Black & Jones?

Navigating the complexities of legal claims—whether they pertain to workers’ compensation, personal injury, Social Security Disability or other areas—can be daunting. At Black & Jones, we aim to make this process smoother for you. Your initial consultation is a crucial first step in understanding your case and determining the best path forward. Here’s what you can expect during your initial consultation with us.

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Workers' Comp, Police & Fire

Black & Jones Proves Police Officer’s Lumbar Surgery is Related to His Work Injury

A client asked Black & Jones to represent him when his employer’s insurance company denied that his need for back surgery was related to a slip-and-fall at work. His doctor had ordered surgery, but would not schedule it due to lack of approval from insurance. He was unable to work due to his back and was not receiving any pay. Bills were accumulating and he was not getting any answers from his employer.

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