The Illinois workers' compensation law is detailed in 820 ILCS 305. Specific to subrogation is section 305/5. There are two parts of that section that are of notable importance. One is the application of a lien on the injured employee in any personal injury action they bring against the at-fault...
The purpose of workers' compensation is to ensure that employees are not left to bear the financial burden of workplace injuries or illnesses. This includes covering the cost of medical treatment, as well as providing compensation for lost wages and other expenses related to the injury or illness.
In Chicago, we often find property loss claims that occur at condominium units. Aside from general issues that come with all property claims, such as cause and origin of the loss and actual damages incurred, two issues should be investigated from the outset.
Mandatory arbitration is a legal proceeding, conducted like a trial, which is held before state licensed attorneys who have completed a court certified arbitration program. The attorney-arbitrators act in place of a judge and render a decision at the conclusion of the proceeding.
Keis George, a subrogation and commercial litigation law firm headquartered in Ohio, is pleased to announce Warren S. George, Kevin F. Keeley, and Shaun E. Young have been named 2022 Super Lawyers.
In this article, we'll explore the minimum liability policy limits in Illinois and what they may mean for your auto file.
Keis George LLP is delighted to welcome associate attorney Sade B. Ojediran to the firm’s Chicago, Illinois office. Sade will focus her practice on post-judgment enforcement in Illinois and Wisconsin.
The firm’s Chicago office is moving up! Please take note of our new address, which is 1 North LaSalle Street, Suite 4500 Chicago, IL 60602.
Keis George LLP is pleased to announce associate attorney Kevin F. Keeley has been promoted to partner. Based in the Chicago, Illinois office, Keeley is a key contributor to the firm’s complex litigation practice and public affairs.
The Illinois Dead Man’s Act strongly constricts the ability of a Plaintiff to present evidence in cases in which the Defendant is deceased. As with any good rule based in old English common law, it comes with its own lyrical phrase: since a decedent’s lips are sealed by death, a...