Our Attorneys provide you with immediate help if you, a friend or relative was arrested, had a traffic violation, or was charged with a crime.
IF YOU ARE CHARGED WITH A DUI IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU SEEK A CONSULTATION IMMEDIATELY.
WE FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS AND FREEDOM IN ALL ASPECTS OF CRIMINAL LAW!!l
If you were injured at work, at a construction site, in a motor vehicle accident, or even while on someone else’s property, you may have a legitimate legal claim for damages!!
We handle complex cases including medical malpractice and wrongful death cases. No case is too big or too small.
WE CAN HELP GET YOU & YOUR FAMILY THE MONEY YOU DESERVE!!
We provide consultation, risk assessment and legal representation for summer camps, resorts/hotels and rental facilities throughout the country. Matthew Abrams, in addition to being an experienced personal injury attorney, spent 10 years as the Director of a boys’ overnight camp in Minocqua, WI, and has over 20 years of camping experience.
Camps, rental facilities and resorts/hotels are each unique and complicated business with a wide assortment of legal, insurance and staffing issues.
Matt’s nearly 20 years of camping experience combined with his professional legal background provides for an entirely unique set of knowledge and experience.
YOUR PERSONAL Consultant and Legal Representative
If you own or run a camp or facility, but do not have an attorney you trust to discuss the wide variety of legal matters that arise in your business setting, you are putting your camp and livelihood at risk. DO NOT chance it!!
Do you have appropriate insurance coverage?
Have you properly assessed the risks and liabilities of your camp?
Are you managing the liabilities properly?
Are you being sued due to an accident, sexual harassment claim or other injury that happened at your camp?
Summer Camp Liability Management
Summer camps face unique challenges when it comes to liability. Issues such as safety, supervision, risk management, training and logistics are dramatically different in a summer camp. Because of his decades worth of experience in the areas of personal injury law, worker’s compensation, insurance defense and negligence claims, Matt UNIQUELY knows the law and how it can impact your camp and your campers’ experiences.
Matt will work closely with you to see that you have taken every step to prevent accidents at your summer camp, and that you have the proper insurance coverage and liability coverage to protect your camp and you from personal liabilities. He will take great care to provide legal advice to help you prevent and manage risks that could jeopardize your business.
Summer Camp Liability Defense
If your camp is facing a personal injury or worker’s compensation claim or as tragic as a wrongful death lawsuit, we can help. We understand the lawsuits, how they work, and how they put your business, your livelihood and you in financial jeopardy. You want your camp to be a place of enjoyment for young boys and girls for years to come. We will help protect you so that it is now and in the future.
CONTACT US TODAY
Contact Matt Abrams through his website - abramscampconsulting.com
Call us at (847)966-6669, email him at or fill out our Phone Consultation Form and Matt will be in touch with you within 24 hours.
The Illinois Workers Compensation Act is a "no fault" wage replacement system designed to pay the injured worker both medical benefits and lost wages during his or her period of incapacity from work. "No fault" means that fault is not considered when determining whether or not you have a case, but the employer's liability is limited to benefits specified in the statute. In other words, employees who get hurt on the job cannot sue their employer.
The Illinois Workers' Compensation Act provides compensation for accidental injuries or death suffered in the course of employment, including: payment for medical expenses, payment for lost wages, compensation for the permanent nature of your injury and payment for vocational retraining or re-schooling if it is needed.
Most Illinois workers are covered under the Illinois Workers' Compensation Act, including workers hired in Illinois but injured while working in another state or those workers who were injured while working in another state and their employer's principle place of business is in Illinois. The only exception to this is if you are an independent contractor and even then you may be eligible for benefits if you are really an independent contractor in name only.
All Illinois work injury claims are handled through the Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission. The main office is located at the Thompson Center in downtown Chicago and there are numerous hearing locations throughout the state. The Commission operates the state court system for workers' compensation cases. Workers' compensation claims are not lawsuits so there is no Judge or jury trial. Rather an Arbitrator hears evidence in disputed claims and makes decisions that can be appealed to a three person Commission panel.
It is important to you and your family that you contact us if you have been injured at work.