As the Illinois General Assembly’s spring session nears an end, legislation to reform workers’ compensation in the state has stalled with seemingly no potential movement in the near future.
Senate Bill 12, sponsored by Senator Christine Radagno (Rep-Lemont), is part of a multi-bill package to address Illinois state budget, something which the state has operated without for more than 20 months.
Changes to workers’ compensation in the bill include increasing the maximum ...
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