If you are under arrest, in Joliet or Will County, Illinois you must give police officers your real name, address, age, and date of birth. You do not need to answer any other questions or provide any other information. In Joliet, Illinois everyone under arrest has the right to remain silent if they are questioned about a crime. This
If I am arrested in Will County, what information do I have to give the police and what are my rights?
A common concern of Will County bankruptcy clients is about credit after bankruptcy. During a bankruptcy consultation at our Joliet bankruptcy office of Hamilton & Antonsen, Ltd. we remind clients that filing bankruptcy does have a negative impact on credit rating, but, equally as important to understand is that this drop in your credit rating is temporary. And
I’m always saddened when a Will County bankruptcy client who has been seriously injured faces financial issues in addition to health issues. Unfortunately, health and money problems frequently go hand in hand. In addition to dealing with mounting medical bills you may not be able to work. If you don’t work you don’t get paid,
Most Joliet workers who are injured in Will County are not aware of their rights. A good Joliet or Will County workers’ compensation lawyer can help, but read below first so you understand what you are entitled to. If you suffer a work-related injury you are entitled to: Temporary Disability Payments: While off work due