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Workers’ Compensation Practice 2019 Edition

This comprehensive guide is for attorneys representing employees or employers in workers' compensation cases.

This handbook is Illinois’ most extensive source of information for dealing with workers’ compensation cases. Whether you represent the employee, the employer, or a subrogated third party, you’ll find the expert guidance you need for handling nearly every facet of a workers’ compensation matter, including employer-employee problems; what is an accident “arising out of” and “in the course of” employment; procedure, appeals, and special remedies; interim benefits; social security disability offsets; disability evaluation; fatal cases; occupational diseases; third-party recovery and subrogation; the medicare secondary payer statute; trial preparation from the petitioner’s and respondent’s viewpoint; and retaliatory discharge.

Chapter 1 — Basic Aspects of the Workers’ Compensation Act

Paul A. Krauter, Evans & Dixon, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Employer-Employee Problems

James R. Clune, Garofalo, Schreiber, Storm & Grant, Chartered, Chicago

Chapter 3 — What Is an Accident? Arising Out Of

Patrick M. Keefe, Keefe & DePauli, P.C., Fairview Heights

Chapter 4 — What Is an Accident? In the Couse Of

Michael F. Doerries, Wiedner & McAuliffe, Chicago

Chapter 5 — Procedure, Appeals, and Special Remedies

Brad A. Elward, Washington, and Dana J. Hughes, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Peoria

Chapter 6 — Interim Benefits: Temporary Total Disability, Medical, and Rehabilitation

Peter J. Lorenz, Lorenz & Bergin, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 7 — Social Security Disability Offsets of Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Jon C. Walker, Woodruff Johnson & Evans Law Offices, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Disability Evaluation

Richard K. Johnson, Katz, Friedman, Eisenstein, Johnson, Bareck & Bertuca, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Fatal Cases

Ann-Louise Kleper, Dworkin & Maciariello, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Occupational Diseases

Roman P. Kuppart, Culley, Feist, Kuppart & Jordan, LLC, Harrisburg, and Kylee J. Jordan, Rusin & Maciorowski, Carbondale

Chapter 11 — Third-Party Recovery and Subrogation

Steven F. Hanagan, Hanagan & McGovern PC, Mount Vernon

Chapter 12 — Medicare Secondary Payer Statute

Bradford Jay Peterson, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Champaign

Chapter 13 — Trial Preparation — Petitioner’s Viewpoint

James F. Black and Tracy Jones, Black & Jones Attorneys at Law, Rockford

Chapter 14 — Trial Preparation — Respondent’s Viewpoint

John P. Bergin, Lorenz & Bergin, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 15 — Workers’ Compensation Retaliatory Discharge

Joseph P. Basile, Chicago

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This handbook is Illinois’ most extensive source of information for dealing with workers’ compensation cases. Whether you represent the employee, the employer, or a subrogated third party, you’ll find the expert guidance you need for handling nearly every facet of a workers’ compensation matter, including employer-employee problems; what is an accident “arising out of” and “in the course of” employment; procedure, appeals, and special remedies; interim benefits; social security disability offsets; disability evaluation; fatal cases; occupational diseases; third-party recovery and subrogation; the medicare secondary payer statute; trial preparation from the petitioner’s and respondent’s viewpoint; and retaliatory discharge.

Chapter 1 — Basic Aspects of the Workers’ Compensation Act

Paul A. Krauter, Evans & Dixon, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Employer-Employee Problems

James R. Clune, Garofalo, Schreiber, Storm & Grant, Chartered, Chicago

Chapter 3 — What Is an Accident? Arising Out Of

Patrick M. Keefe, Keefe & DePauli, P.C., Fairview Heights

Chapter 4 — What Is an Accident? In the Couse Of

Michael F. Doerries, Wiedner & McAuliffe, Chicago

Chapter 5 — Procedure, Appeals, and Special Remedies

Brad A. Elward, Washington, and Dana J. Hughes, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Peoria

Chapter 6 — Interim Benefits: Temporary Total Disability, Medical, and Rehabilitation

Peter J. Lorenz, Lorenz & Bergin, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 7 — Social Security Disability Offsets of Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Jon C. Walker, Woodruff Johnson & Evans Law Offices, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Disability Evaluation

Richard K. Johnson, Katz, Friedman, Eisenstein, Johnson, Bareck & Bertuca, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Fatal Cases

Ann-Louise Kleper, Dworkin & Maciariello, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Occupational Diseases

Roman P. Kuppart, Culley, Feist, Kuppart & Jordan, LLC, Harrisburg, and Kylee J. Jordan, Rusin & Maciorowski, Carbondale

Chapter 11 — Third-Party Recovery and Subrogation

Steven F. Hanagan, Hanagan & McGovern PC, Mount Vernon

Chapter 12 — Medicare Secondary Payer Statute

Bradford Jay Peterson, Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen, P.C., Champaign

Chapter 13 — Trial Preparation — Petitioner’s Viewpoint

James F. Black and Tracy Jones, Black & Jones Attorneys at Law, Rockford

Chapter 14 — Trial Preparation — Respondent’s Viewpoint

John P. Bergin, Lorenz & Bergin, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 15 — Workers’ Compensation Retaliatory Discharge

Joseph P. Basile, Chicago

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