We are committed to helping you receive compensation after a serious work-related injury. There is no cost to contact us for a consultation. We support injured workers throughout Illinois.
Please contact us as soon as possible after your injury to insure we can recover all necessary evidence and testimony.
If you have sustained serious injury on the job or as a result of the work you do that resulted in medical treatment, lost time from work, or disability and pain – contact our workers compensation law firm for more information.
Injured Worker M.F.:
"Thank you, Lipkin & Apter, for all you have done for me and my family. After I fell through the sub-roof of an apartment building making a service call, had surgery for a shattered leg, and faced months of rehabilitation, I thought my life would never return to normal."
Your case will be handled by a senior lawyer with over 20 years experience with workers compensation settlements. Access our worker's compensation advice and previous workmans comp case results to learn more about how Lipkin & Apter may be able to help you.
Injured Worker F.R.:
"When I got injured and had back surgery, I had no one to turn to, no way to provide for my family, and no knowledge of the law. Lipkin & Apter treated me with courtesy and respect, and handled my case with professionalism. As a result, I received several hundred thousand dollars in compensation, and will be [able] to provide security for my family."
We have helped many individuals and families obtain financial compensation for their work injury. Though all workers comp injury claims are different due to the nature of the injury, type of medical treatment required or possibility of permanent disability, our attorneys may be able to put their experience in the court room to work for you.
Call Lipkin & Apter today at (312) 624-9342 to schedule your free consultation or complete our online form or engage our LIVE chat on this website at any hour. It is important that you act soon after your injury.
Listen to attorney Mitchell Lipkin tell you about compensation you may receive under Illinois' Workers Comensation Laws: