Injuries & Disabling Conditions

Workers’ Compensation Overview

Belleville Work Injury Attorneys

An injury suffered at work or related to a person’s job may not only result in an inability to work, but can leave the victim scarred or disabled for life. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury or is dealing with a disabling condition, it is crucial to have an experienced lawyer who can protect your rights.

Experienced Attorneys Committed to Your Cause

At Glass & Korein, LLC, we focus on helping injured workers in the St. Louis area, Central Illinois and Southern Illinois do what they cannot do for themselves. We work hard to level the playing field and put the law on the side of our clients so they can obtain the full workers’ compensation benefits to which they are entitled.

You are not alone. To learn how we can help you with your catastrophic injury or disabling condition, call 618-216-5218 or toll free 888-504-7059 for a free and confidential meeting.

Madison County Disabling Conditions Lawyers

From making sure you properly communicate your injury to fighting the insurance companies as they try to reduce the benefits you receive, we will handle all aspects of your workers’ compensation claim. To learn more about our practice in the areas of injuries and disabling conditions, see:

Our attorneys understand that work injuries not only result in physical pain, but can also result in emotional problems and financial difficulties. We seek outcomes that provide for all of your needs and represent the maximum amount of benefits you are entitled to under Illinois workers’ compensation laws.

Contact One of Our Lawyers Regarding Work Injuries in Belleville, Mt. Vernon or Anywhere in Illinois

To learn more about your rights, contact us today for a free and confidential call or meeting with our Belleville injuries lawyers. Weekend and evening appointments are available. We work for our clients on a contingency fee basis; you will not pay us unless and until we have collected what you’re entitled to under the Illinois laws written to protect you.