What Types Of Injuries Can You File A Workers Compensation Claim For?

Nobody wants to think about getting hurt when they go to work. Unfortunately, there are times when work injuries do occur. Data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows us that approximately 2.8 million Americans sustained nonfatal work injuries or illnesses last year. That number is almost identical to the year prior. Thankfully,…

Common Overlooked Workplace Injuries To Be On The Lookout For In 2020

When it comes to the workplace, you want to stay safe. Any workplace injury has the potential to cause immense pain and suffering and a loss of income. Unfortunately, work injuries are not uncommon in the United States. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), we know that there were approximately 2.8 million…

Illinois Right to Privacy in the Workplace Act

When you go to work, you should expect your privacy to be protected. However, understanding your right to privacy in the workplace can be complicated. In the U.S., the right to workplace privacy is largely left up to the state, leading to employee privacy protections that vary widely from place to place. As technology continues…

Mitchell Horwitz Appointed to the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Advisory Board

Horwitz, Horwitz, & Associates is proud to share the appointment of Mitchell W. Horwitz to the Illinois Worker’s Compensation Advisory Board. In September of 2019, the Governor of Illinois, J.B. Pritzker, appointed Mitch to the Workers’ Compensation Advisory Board to represent employee interests. As a Board Member, Mitch assists the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission (IWCC) in…

Should I Allow My Employer to Speak to My Doctor If I’m Not There?

Should I Sign Medical Release the Work Comp Insurance Company Gave Me?

How Much Time Do I Have to Report My Work Injury?

Why Does My Employer Need to Investigate My Work Injury?

Does My Injury Report Have to be in Writing?

Should I Report My Injury at Work to My Employer?