201705.30
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Continuing Education Opportunity: I&F to Conduct Mock WC Trial with Illinois Chamber of Commerce – June 13, 2017

Please join us as we conduct a mock trial for an Illinois worker’s compensation case. We will demonstrate how to present a defense with strategic consideration of the burden of proof and evidentiary rules, and use of lay and expert witnesses. We will conduct direct and cross examination as well close proofs at the end…

201705.10
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Illinois WC Legislative Update – May, 2017

The Illinois Legislature has been busy with Workers’ Compensation related bills and we have been busy keeping our readers up to date. There are 3 bills that we have been following, and we want to take a few minutes to bring to our readers’ attention: HB 2622 – Creates a non-profit, taxpayer funded mutual insurance…

201602.19
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I&F’s Sonia Das prevails in pair of Indiana cases

Attorney Sonia Das, based out of I&F’s Indiana office, recently secured two favorable decisions on behalf of Indiana employers. In the first, a memorandum decision (not for publication), the Indiana Court of Appeals upheld the decision of the Full denying a claim that the insurance carrier acted with a lack of diligence in the handling…

201602.16
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Sonia Das named Indiana Super Lawyer

I&F congratulates Sonia Das of our Indiana office for being named to the 2016 Indiana Super Lawyers list.  Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The Super Lawyers list recognizes no more than five percent of attorneys in each…

201602.08
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Inman & Fitzgibbons announces Jynnifer Bates as Partner

Inman & Fitzgibbons is pleased to announce that Jynnifer Bates has become a partner with the firm. She has served as associate attorney with our firm in the Chicago office since 2007 after graduating from The Ohio State University Michael E. Moritz College of Law.  We congratulate her on this achievement and wish her continued success . Please…

201602.05
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IWCC unanimously affirms I&F win in claim filed by a tire technician

As previously reported, I&F defended a case in which the claimant alleged that removing and installing tires with an air gun, in conjunction with the use of a torque wrench to tighten nuts, resulted left carpal tunnel syndrome, lumbar radiculopathy, cervical radiculopathy, and left ulnar neuropathy.  Prior to trial, partner Scott McCain thoroughly investigated the petitioner’s…

201602.01
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I&F to Present at Illinois Chamber’s HR Training Seminar

As an Illinois workers’ compensation defense attorney for the past 19 years, G. Steven Murdock of Inman & Fitzgibbons has not yet seen it all, but he and his firm have seen many claims handling mistakes, mistaken assumptions of law, and obligation oversights in the handling of claims by employers, carriers and third-party claims administrators. In this 90-minute…

201407.24
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I&F Champaign Celebrates Second Anniversary

Inman & Fitzgibbons was founded over 24 years ago with the goal of delivering the highest quality legal services throughout the entire state of Illinois in a timely and cost-effective manner.  In support of that goal, I&F opened the doors to its Champaign office, led by Partner and Danville native Colin Mills, in the summer of 2012….

201310.23
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I&F Prevails before IL Supreme Court

Last November, Partner Jack Shanahan argued before the Illinois Supreme Court in a case in which the appellate court ruled that the Illinois Insurance Guaranty Fund is obligated to make payments on behalf of a self-insured employer whose excess insurer became insolvent.  You can read our original post and see video of the argument before the…

201211.21
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I&F argues Skokie Castings v. Illinois Insurance Guaranty Fund before IL Supreme Court

Yesterday Jack Shanahan argued before the Illinois Supreme Court in a case in which the Appellate Court ruled that the Illinois Insurance Guaranty Fund is obligated to make payments on behalf of a self-insured employer whose excess insurer became insolvent.