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New Workers’ Compensation Laws May Affect Your Eligibility
New Workers’ Compensation Laws May Affect Your Eligibility

House Bill (HB) 3418 and Senate Bill (SB) 1596 have recently been passed, and pose significant changes to Illinois public policy. These bills were introduced in order to rescind the Illinois Supreme Court decision in Folta v. Ferro Engineering . The decision provided that ...

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