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DuPage County Truck Driver Workers' Compensation Attorneys

Itasca Delivery Driver Work Injury Lawyers

Lawyers in Elk Grove Village Helping Injured Package and Delivery Drivers

If you drive any kind of truck for a living, you are at risk for a number of different types of on-the-job injuries, including injuries that are caused by accidents and repetitive stress injuries. When you are hurt in the course of performing your job, you may be eligible for benefits under the Illinois workers' compensation program. Getting the benefits to which you entitled, however, is not always as simple as it should be. The good news is that our team is here to help.

At Kaiser Law, in Bensenville, Illinois, our experienced lawyers have been protecting the interests of injured truck and delivery van drivers for over 30 years. We understand how complicated truck-related workers' compensation cases can be, and we have the knowledge and resources to help you manage yours. If you have suffered an injury on the job, you need an attorney who will fight hard on your behalf to get you the benefits you deserve. When you choose our firm, we will remain at your side until you secure what you need to start rebuilding your life.

Work-Related Injuries for Truck Drivers in Cook County

The trucking industry is a critical component of the American economy. Commercial trucks transport billions of tons of freight across millions of miles on the nation's roadways each year. The men and women who drive these trucks are essential to maintaining our way of life. Those who operate local delivery trucks, box vans, and delivery vehicles are equally important. Unfortunately, on-the-job injuries are all too common in the transport industry, and truck drivers of all types are at risk for a wide range of injuries, including but not limited to:

  • Traffic Accident Injuries: When a truck is involved in an accident, the results can be devastating, and drivers can be seriously hurt or even killed in crashes. If you were in an accident caused by another party, you might be able to seek compensation from the at-fault driver through a third-party personal injury claim in addition to your workers' compensation benefits.
  • Lifting Injuries: Truck drivers, especially package and delivery drivers, are often responsible for loading and unloading their vehicles and trailers. Lifting heavy parcels or other types of cargo could leave a driver vulnerable to back injuries, muscle strains and sprains, and overexertion injuries.
  • Repetitive Stress Injuries: Sitting behind the wheel of a truck for many hours at a time can place repeated strain on a driver's back, and other repetitive motions can lead to other injuries that develop gradually over time. If you are suffering from a repetitive stress injury related to driving a truck, delivering packages, or any other work-related activity, you are likely eligible for workers' compensation benefits.

Cook County Work Injury Counsel

Under Illinois law, workers' compensation benefits are generally available to employees who have been injured in the course of their employment. Sometimes, however, stubborn employers and insurance companies may attempt to dispute workers' compensation claims or delay the payment of benefits. This is where Kaiser Law can help.

Our lawyers will conduct a thorough review of your injury and the circumstance that led to it. We will also assist you in obtaining the medical care you need, as well as in filing your claim for benefits. Our lawyers will be not be put off by insurance carriers or forced to back down. Instead, we will work hard on your behalf to get you the benefits you need for your injuries.

Call 630-233-9946 Today

If you are a truck or delivery driver who has been injured at work, contact our office to discuss your available options. Schedule a free, confidential consultation with a member of our team by calling 630-233-9946 today. Our firm serves injured drivers in Cook County, DuPage County, and throughout Northern Illinois, including the communities of Addison, Bensenville, Des Plaines, Elk Grove Village, Elmhurst, Franklin Park, Itasca, Melrose Park, Niles, Northlake, Park Ridge, and Wood Dale.

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