Questions & Answers
In Illinois, if you are an employee of a company and you are injured while in the performance of your job duties, you may be eligible to receive medical and monetary benefits.
No. Your employer, through its workers’ compensation insurance carrier, is responsible for covering 100% of reasonable and necessary medical care related to your injuries.
Yes. At the conclusion of your case, if your injuries are deemed to be permanent, you may be entitled to monetary compensation. The value of your case depends on many factors, including the nature and extent of your injuries, the body part injured and even your wages.
In Illinois, lawyer fees are set at 20% of the total settlement amount. You do not pay, unless we win your case.
Yes, if you are disabled due to a work injury and are ordered off work by your doctor, you are entitled to receive no less than 66.67% of your average weekly wage. In some instances, you may be entitled to receive up to 100% of your weekly wages.
At the Herrera Law Center, each case and client is unique. Our firm prides itself on providing personalized service tailored to the nuances and concerns of your situation.