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Neck and cervical injuries are common in workers comp. See how Illinois treats cervical fusions, broken necks and more at this link.
Rotator cuff tears, SLAP lesions, labrum tears and biceps tendon injuries make up a large amount of Illinois workers comp cases. Learn how they are handled at this link.
Carpal tunnel injuries are very common, but they come with some potential pitfalls for injured workers. Find out more here.
Zimmerle Law has handled many types of foot injuries, from simple fractures to Lisfranc injuries through charcot foot and even partial amputations. Find out more about foot injuries in Illinois workers comp by clicking here.
Sometimes (and thankfully, very rarely) work injuries are so devastating that there is no reasonable job market out there. We discuss this and how Illinois handles this here.
We handle cases with broken wrists, TFCC tears and other wrist injuries on a regular basis. Find out more about what wrist injuries can be worth here.
Back injuries range from mild strains all the way to lumbar fusions and devastating injuries that can limit your ability to work again. Learn more here.
Howard has personally had two knee surgeries, so he understands how these can feel. Learn how ACL, meniscus and other knee injuries in Illinois workers comp here.
Cubital tunnel (and it's annoying cousin epicondylitis) can be difficult injuries since they rarely happen from one single accident. Learn how we handle that here.
Sometimes a work injury makes you unable to return to your current job, and the only work available to you is much lower-paying. We can handle that - find out more here.
Burns and scars sometimes have a larger effect on you. Illinois workers comp takes that into consideration too - click here to learn more.
Ankle injuries (whether fractures, tendons, ligaments or something else) can be brutal. Did you know Illinois workers comp considers the ankle to be part of the foot? Learn why that matters here.