Workers’ Compensation


Hughes Socol Piers Resnick & Dym, Ltd. is the firm that injured workers have turned to for more than twenty five years for winning results.

HSPRD investigates and pursues every case thoroughly. We make sure that our clients get both the maximum available weekly benefits and their choice of medical care under the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act. We also investigate to determine whether clients have third-party claims against someone other than the employer who may be responsible for their injuries.

Learn more about our worker’s compensation practice

HSPRD investigates and pursues every case thoroughly. We make sure that our clients get both the maximum available weekly benefits and their choice of medical care under the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act. We also investigate to determine whether clients have third-party claims against someone other than the employer who may be responsible for their injuries.

We work with the top vocational experts to maximize recoveries for our clients. We have extensive contacts with medical experts and service providers to assist our clients in their care and the prosecution of their cases.

HSPRD attorneys have represented many unions and their members in work injury claims.

Winning is HSPRD’s benchmark – and our aggressive and passionate representation produces results. We recognize that each client’s claim is unique and each client deserves and receives close personal attention from our team of professionals.

We work closely with our clients. We answer all questions. We return telephone calls – promptly.

If you have any questions, please contact Mark Dym at 312.604.2610.

  • Favorable Decision of Permanent and Total Disability

    February 10, 2014

    HSPRD partner Mark Weiner received a favorable decision of permanent and total disability from the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission on behalf of an airline worker who was injured on the job. HSPRD partner Mark Weiner received a favorable decision of permanent and total disability from the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission on behalf of an airline worker who was injured on the job.