Assistance From Top Chicago Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
If your practice does not encompass the handling of Workers’ Compensation cases, Leonard Law Group welcomes your referrals. We currently accept referrals from other Illinois firms who do not practice Workers' Compensation law.
Our referring lawyer Workers' Compensation retainer is structured as follows:
- Settlement: If the case is settled, the permanent partial disability, wage differential or permanent total disability is split 50/50. Any disputed TTD benefits, medical benefits or penalties included in the settlement are not.
- Trial: If the case is tried, the permanent partial disability, wage differential or permanent total disability benefits are split 66-2/3% / 33-1/3%. Any disputed TTD benefits, medical benefits or penalties included in the trial award are not. Any TTD or PPD advances made during the referral representation are also not split.
Annually, since 1996, Leonard Law Group has settled approximately 95% of our Workers' Compensation cases. Whether you prefer a co-consul type referral or the hands off approach, rest assured your referral cases will be handled with a skill, knowledge and passion that is second to none.
Contact Leonard Law Group today to learn more about partnering with our Chicago Workers’ Compensation attorney team to achieve success!
We Get Results. Period.
Free Case EvaluationsRegardless of the size or scope of your case, we always provide free initial consultations to our clients.
We Win... A Lot - It's What We DoWe know how insurance companies and major corporations work to try and avoid responsibility. We are not afraid to go toe-to-toe with these companies to fight to make sure our clients get the recovery they deserve.
Hundreds Of Millions Recovered For Our Clients
We have recovered over $750,000,000 for injured clients, winning virtually every case we have tried or obtaining a superb settlement along the way.
Experience On Your Side
The seasoned trial attorneys at the Leonard Law Group possess close to 200 years of collective legal experience.