Injuries & Disabling Conditions

Workers’ Compensation Overview


At Glass & Korein, LLC, we fight for employees’ rights. We have helped our clients get workers’ compensation for catastrophic injuries, back and neck injuries, and repetitive use injuries. While our attorneys represent injured workers from Central Illinois to Southern Illinois, our attorneys have established a reputation in the St. Louis area and throughout the entire state of Illinois for effectively handling cases for anyone who has suffered a workplace injury. We have had success in helping employees get the maximum compensation they deserve.

Both Mark Glass and Michael Korein are considered leading lawyers in Illinois in the area of workers’ compensation law. They have been selected by peer voting for the Leading Lawyers Network and The Best Lawyers in America. In December 2009, Leading Lawyers Network Magazine: Consumer Edition ranked Mr. Glass No. 55 in the state for lawyers who represent injured workers. He was the only attorney in the top 10 who wasn’t from Chicago or Rockford. Michael Korein has been ranked one of the three best workers’ compensation attorneys in the area by St. Louis Magazine since 2007 and is the only one of those three to represent injured workers as opposed to defending employers. Our attorneys train other lawyers on how to handle workers’ compensation cases and are frequently requested speakers at local labor union meetings.

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Contact Our Belleville Lawyers

Our attorneys invite you to contact us for a free and confidential call or meeting to discuss any workers’ compensation questions you may have. We help clients regarding any work-related injury, including catastrophic injuries, back and neck injuries, traumatic brain injuries, post-traumatic stress, and repetitive use injuries to your hands, arms, knees, hips, shoulders, low back, neck or feet.

Weekend and evening appointments are available. We work for you on a contingency fee basis; you won’t pay unless and until we have collected what you’re entitled to under the Illinois laws written to protect you.