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Values of Partial Disabilities Illinois Work Comp Claims - Permanent Partial Disability Benefit (PPD) The permanent partial disability benefit (PPD) is the amount of money the injured employee will receive after he recovers from his work-related injury, when he receives the Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI).The current maximum amount of weeks for each body part is set forth as follows:Arm253Leg 215Hand 205Foot167Big Toe 38All of the Toes 13Thumb 76Index Finger 43Midd... http://ow.ly/2IudJx
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The Basics of a Wrongful Death Claim in Illinois - When a family member is killed in any kind of accident, there is a potential for a wrongful death case. The liability of the person responsible for the death is determined by the law for that type of case, such as for car accidents, truck accidents, slip and fall cases. FELA cases, construction accidents, medical malpractice cases, and any other type of case involving an unsafe product or other case which results in fat... http://ow.ly/2Hjupf
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Temporary Benefits for Illinois Workers Injured on the Job - Temporary Total Disability Benefits (TTD)TTD benefits are payment to an injured worker for the timethey'reoffwork recovering from a work-relatedinjury.TTD benefits are calculated at two-thirds of an injured worker's average weekly wage.The higher an injured worker's average weekly wage, the higher his TTD benefit checkMake sure there is an appropriate average weekly wage calculation.Current maximum TTD benefit... http://ow.ly/2GxkUJ
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Estimated Cost of a DUI/DWI Charge in Southern Illinois - Common Costs Associated with a DUI/DWI Chargesin Madison and St. Clair Counties, IllinoisInsurance Total Average Cost: $4,500High-risk insurance (Additional $1,500 per year, required for 3 years.)Legal Fees Total Average Cost: $2,000Uncontested plea and hardship driving permit.Court Cost Total Average Cost: $3,600Fine of up to $2,500. Court costs$750. Reimbursements to law enforcement,towing and storage fees$250-... http://ow.ly/2DKhrw
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Getting Your Driver's License Reinstated - To have driving privileges reinstated, a driver convicted of DUI must:Have a clear driving record other than the revocation sanction.Undergo an alcoholic/drug evaluation. If an alcoholic/drug problem is indicated, proof of treatment must be submitted.Complete a drug/alcohol remedial education program. Even if the evaluation does not recommend treatment, the driver is still required to complete a remedial education program.Appea... http://ow.ly/2Drtod
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Questions About an Illinois Wrongful Death? Get Answers Here http://ow.ly/2D2xNI
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Additional Consequences of DUI/DWI Charges in Illinois - Additional consequences:A DUI conviction is a permanent part of an offender's driving record.The offender may lose work time.The offender is required to complete an alcohol/drug evaluation and an alcohol/drug remedial education course or substance abuse treatment program before driving privileges are reinstated.The offender must meet the requirements of the Secretary of State's Department of Administration Hearing... http://ow.ly/2CRC3d
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How Much Will My Illinois Personal Injury Case Cost? - http://www.scglawoffice.com/ When filing a personal injury claim in Illinois, many victims of car accidents, trucking accidents, dog bites, and slip and fall accidents want to know how much pursuing a claim will cost them. Find out from an experienced personal injury lawyer if you need to be prepared for any out-of-pocket expenses.Personal injury lawyers in Illinois are hired on a contingency fee basis, which means ... http://ow.ly/2CDxtK
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Statistical Facts of DUIs in Illinois - GENERAL323 people were killed in alcohol-related crashes, which was 35 per cent of the 918 total crash fatalities38,704 DUI arrests were recorded by the Secretary of State's Office.92 per cent of all drivers arrested for DUI, who were eligible, lost their driving privileges.1,338 drivers under age 21 lost their driving privileges due to Zero Tolerance law violations.24 per cent of those arrested for DUI are women, who represent 50... http://ow.ly/2CnhF6
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