ALTON IL WORKERS’ COMPENSATION LAWYER
Workers’ Compensation Attorney in Alton, Illinois
A workplace accident leaves injured workers with troubling questions:
- How will I pay for my medical bills?
- How will I survive on no income when I am unable to work?
At Joseph E. Hoefert, Attorney at Law, P.C., I help people find answers to those questions by guiding them through the workers’ compensation process. With over 25 years of legal experience, I am equipped to help you receive the benefits you need and deserve.
Contact my law office today online or by telephone at 866-611-0813.
Workers’ compensation arbitration hearings in our region are held in Collinsville, IL. Driving clients to and from that location is one of the many ways in which attorney Joseph E. Hoefert provides exceptional client service.
Have You Been Injured at Work?
At Joseph E. Hoefert, Attorney at Law, P.C., I help Illinois workers with all aspects of workers’ compensation claims and appeals. Workers’ compensation can provide injured workers with benefits to help them pay for:
- Medical bills
- Temporary total disability (lost wages from missed work)
- A permanent disability (in the form of a lump-sum award)
Additionally, workers’ who are no longer capable of doing their job, but who may be able to work in some other capacity are entitled to receive money to pay for vocational rehabilitation. As an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer, I know how to maximize claims to the benefit of my clients. I know how to deal with the insurance companies who often try to delay or deny benefits. I will do everything in my power to ensure you get the workers’ compensation benefits to which you are entitled.
Contact My Law Office Today
If you have been injured in a workplace accident, I can help you with your workers’ compensation claim. Contact my law office today to speak with a knowledgeable Illinois personal injury lawyer. I offer all potential clients free initial consultations. Although I keep regular office hours, I offer my clients evening and weekend hours, and home and hospital visits when necessary.