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Rubens Kress & Mulholland

Handling Workers' Compensation & Personal Injury Cases
throughout the state of Illinois

A Partnership of the Law Offices of Jason H. Rubens, P.C., Frank D. Kress, LLC and Toby P. Mulholland, LLC
Rubens Kress & Mulholland is Illinois workers’ compensation and personal injury law firm, that has been helping injured workers or those injured by the negligence of another since 2001. We uphold injured parties’ rights through compassionate, attentive, and fast legal services that get results. If you’ve been hurt by a negligent third party or at work, our attorneys are here to help.

Who We Represent

Generally, we represent anyone who has suffered an injury in Illinois while at work or due to the negligence of another party. Some of our more common clients include:

Workers' Compensation
  • Truck Drivers
  • Union Workers
  • Construction Workers
  • Office Workers
  • Airplane Employees
  • Assembly Workers
Personal Injury
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Dog Bites
  • Exposure to Harmful Materials
  • Slip and Fall
  • Professional Malpractice
  • Motorcycle and Bicycle Accidents

Proven Success

At Rubens Kress & Mulholland, we have a proud history of fighting for what’s right, winning in the highest court in the state and helping countless injured individuals receive the financial compensation they deserve; all with the speed, efficiency, and hands-on care that larger firms lack.

Illinois Supreme Court
(7-0) Unanimous Victory

representing airline workers against United Airlines

$100 million+

in settlements and verdicts since 2001


of firm has over 15 years experience

About Us

Focusing exclusively on workers’ compensation and personal injury cases, our attorneys navigate settlements and trials with comprehensive experience and understanding. We believe in:

Smaller caseloads per attorney

Transparent communication

Personalized attention and advice
Meet Our Attorneys

About Your Case

You have rights, and we’re here to stand by your side. When you work with our firm, you will receive attentive counsel from accomplished attorneys, as well as:

A free consultation

Initial strategy and advice from an attorney, not a paralegal
No fees unless we recover
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  • How to Make a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Illinois

    Generally, employers in Illinois must have workers’ compensation insurance to provide coverage for the medical bills, lost wages, and other associated costs an employee who has been injured on the job may take on. If you need to know how to make a workers’ compensation claim in Illinois, your first step should be to contact… Read more »

  • Are Truck Owner-Operators Eligible for Workers’ Compensation?

    When seeking employment in the Illinois trucking industry, many individuals accept the role of an owner-operator. As an owner-operator, the truck driver enters an agreement under which they are considered to be an independent contractor and the owner of their own truck. There are perks that come with being an owner-operator, like the ability to… Read more »

  • How Long Do Workers’ Comp Benefits Last in Illinois?

    Workers’ compensation benefits can be the one thing that brings relief to an individual during a difficult time in their life following a major or minor work-related injury. An essential question many recipients will have is: how long does workers’ comp last in Illinois? The length of time you can receive workers’ compensation benefits depends… Read more »

  • Am I Eligible for Workers’ Comp If I Work From Home?

    Recent years have seen a considerable increase in the number of employers who are allowing employees to work remotely from their homes, and that number has only grown amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Working from home does not eliminate the risk of injury while performing your work duties, which will lead some to wonder whether they… Read more »

  • If You Are Laid Off Because of COVID-19, Do You Qualify for Workers’ Compensation?

    You may qualify for workers’ comp after a layoff due to COVID-19, but the answer will depend on your circumstances. If you were already receiving benefits at the time of coronavirus-related layoffs, in most cases you should continue to receive those benefits. Request Consultation Workers’ Compensation Settlements and Verdicts The global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has… Read more »

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