• As the founder of Steven J. Malman and Associates, P.C., Attorney Steven Malman has 21 years of experience handling personal injury, nursing home, medical malpractice, premises liability, construction and workers’ compensation cases. Mr. Malman is one of Chicago’s leading authorities on personal injury law and has taken a special interest in defending the elderly from neglect and abuse. He has personally handled over 10,000 cases successfully, and collected hundreds of millions dollars for his clients. Mr. Malman is involved in all of his firm’s cases, and he is always available to speak with clients. Mr. Malman is committed to satisfying every client that his firm represents, so that even under difficult circumstances, they end their case with a positive impression of the legal profession.


Malman Law Injury Blog

Providing information on recent cases, helpful tips, and research with personal injury, workers compensation, accident injuries, nursing home neglect and abuse, medical malpractice, and wrongful death.

What is Workers’ Compensation and How May it Benefit You?

April 1st, 2014

You may have heard of the term workers’ compensation many times before. But you may be asking the question, what is it? Or, how does it benefit me? This is a common question that many workers do not know the … Continue reading

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Ways to Prevent Work Accidents

May 29th, 2013

Getting hurt at work is a lot of people’s biggest fear. Whether you work with heavy machinery, in a busy factory, or any other job, there are varying degrees of risk of getting hurt at work. If it happens, a … Continue reading

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Waiters and Restaurant Workers Compensation Rights in Chicago

March 27th, 2013

If you don’t currently work at a restaurant, or worked at one in the past, you most likely have no idea what dangers waiters and restaurant employees face every shift. That is, in addition to rude customers and people who … Continue reading

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Basic Workers Compensation Questions Answered

March 15th, 2013

As you can imagine the majority of people who have suffered an injury on the job are experiencing everything for the first time. Chicago personal injury attorneys may have years of experience dealing with insurance companies the processes of a … Continue reading

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SMART Act to Speed Up Workers Compensation Cases in 2013

February 27th, 2013

If you are currently seeking the representation of a Chicago workers compensation lawyer, or find yourself in need a workers comp lawyer this year, the SMART Act is certainly good news for everyone. An acronym for Strengthening Medicare and Repaying … Continue reading

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What to Expect After You’ve Filed a Worker’s Comp Claim

February 19th, 2013

There are at least three things you need to do right after an on-the-job injury: seek medical care, report the injury in writing to the management, and file a worker’s compensation claim. The problem is that filing a worker’s comp … Continue reading

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What To Do If You’re a Union Member Who Has Been Injured on the Job

February 14th, 2013

When you are a union member and injured on the job, it can be an overwhelming experience trying to decide what steps to take. While being in a union does change things slightly from traditional worker’s compensation cases, the majority … Continue reading

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How Workers’ Compensation & Personal Injury Work Together

November 7th, 2012

With a few notable exceptions, the Workers Compensation Law is a preventative measure that prevents an employee from suing their employer for any serious injuries they may attain while at work. Making sure that you have an excellent personal injury … Continue reading

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Worker’s Compensation, Social Security Disability & Personal Injury Defined

November 6th, 2012

Legal systems protect individuals who have lost all or a portion of their ability to support themselves and their families because of a disabling illness or injury. If you have suffered economic loss because of disabling illness or injury, these … Continue reading

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