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Category : Aaron T. Novasic

temporary total disability

Temporary Total Disability: Compensation for missing work due to work injury

By Aaron T. Novasic If you are injured while working, you are entitled to benefits provided under your employer’s Workers Compensation insurance. One of these benefits include being paid while you are off work due to the injury. This is known as Temporary Total Disability (TTD) If your doctor has declared you unable to work

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car accident

What if you are hit by a driver without car insurance?

By Aaron Novasic Being in a car crash is one of the scariest things someone can go through. Illinois law requires that all motorists carry car insurance for moments like that, not just for property damage, but also for any injuries someone might sustain as a result of the crash. Now, if you are involved

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Workers Compensation Claims

Buckle up as backlog of Illinois workers compensation claims clog the system

Buckle up as backlog of Illinois workers compensation claims clog the system By Aaron Novasic In Illinois, workers compensation claims are governed under the Illinois Workers Compensation Commission (IWCC). Each claim that is filed with the commission is assigned to an arbitrator, who handles certain areas of Illinois. Illinois has implemented mandatory pre-trials during the

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worker rights covid

What are workers’ rights if their companies require COVID-19 vaccines and they do not get them?

By Aaron T. Novasic  Many of us don’t remember what it was like to work in the office. When COVID-19 hit the United States, everything changed. Working from home became the new normal for many Americans. Over the last two years, there have been ups and downs with the “rules and regulations” of workplaces.   Some

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personal injury

Suffered an personal injury? Here are time frames to consider legal action

By Aaron Novasic  If someone is injured through no fault of their own, they should consider pursuing legal action. That legal action has several steps, but the lawsuit must be filled with the appropriate jurisdiction and within a time frame. That time frame is known as the statute of limitations. The statute of limitations is a

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Personal Injury Lost Wages

Personal injury plaintiffs could seek additional claims for lost wages for yourself and a caregiver

By Aaron Novasic Any injury you sustain as a result of an accident, that is no fault of your own, entitles you to recover medical expenses as well as past pain and suffering, future medical expenses, and permanency, which are injuries that have long-lasting effects. Plaintiffs in such personal injury cases, who are expecting compensation

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remote legal hearings

Remote hearings, one year later: Will they become the norm?

By Aaron Novasic When COVID-19 began to wreak havoc on our society last year, it also closed down the justice system as well. But the court system could not remain closed forever, especially as thousands of cases — affecting thousands of lives, communities and businesses — were winding their way through local, state and federal

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