Most Illinois Workers’ Compensation cases do not require a witness other than you, the injured worker.

Your medical records will detail the treatment you have received and what you told the doctor at the time you were injured.

Your doctor’s deposition will contain his testimony.

Your medical bills will part of your exhibits.

You will testify about your accident, your medical treatment, your time off work, and your current condition.

In most cases that is all you will need for your Workers’ Compensation case.

If there is a dispute about your accident you may need to have a witness if there is one available. In other words, was there an eyewitness to your accident? If so you may want to call the eyewitness to testify. 

Any questions about your case and what you may need for trial? Call Central Illinois Attorney Dirk May at 309-827-4371.