Does Your Employer Have A Right To Your Medical Records?
Some employers work hard to avoid paying workers' compensation benefits. In an effort to avoid paying valid claims for medical benefits, an employer or their insurance company may ask injured employees for medical records that are wholly unrelated to a workers' compensation claim.
If you are not represented by an attorney, you may not know how to fend off unreasonable requests for documents. Knowing how to protect your rights is next to impossible if you are not highly knowledgeable about Illinois' workers' compensation system.
Central Illinois Work Comp Attorneys • 217-280-4985
The best way to protect your rights as an injured worker is to retain an experienced workers' compensation lawyer. In central Illinois, you can find the experienced representation you require at Kanoski Bresney. For assistance, contact one of our convenient office locations in Springfield, Champaign, Bloomington, Quincy, Rushville, Macomb, Pekin or Decatur.
We have four attorneys who work exclusively in workers' compensation law. Our attorneys have handled thousands of workers' compensation claims and have collected more than $100 million for injured workers.
We Can Protect Your Rights
Filing for workers' compensation benefits can be confusing. We can help. Our attorneys have extensive experience in initial filings and workers' compensation appeals. We work hard to understand the extent of our clients' injuries and aggressively pursue the full medical benefits and wage benefits our clients are entitled to receive by law. Since 1979, we have collected more than $100 million for injured workers.
Contact Our Central Illinois Workers' Compensation Lawyers
To speak with an experienced workers' compensation attorney, contact Kanoski Bresney today at 217-280-4985 or contact us by email.