Illinois Health Care Workers’ Compensation Attorneys

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Health care workers are usually in the position of taking care of the injured, but that doesn’t mean they don’t get injured as well. Health care workers are exposed to a number of risks on the-job, and the current shortage of health care workers has caused workers to work longer shifts and take care of more patients. Like all employees, health care workers are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits for their on-the-job injuries. If you have been injured while working in a health care job, it’s wise to choose a workers’ compensation attorney who is familiar with the industry.

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