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Michael V. Favia is a well respected and connected health law, litigation and licensing attorney with experience from a variety of perspectives.
Highlights: John Marshall Law School, J.D., 1982; Loyola University, BBA 1978; Assistant Illinois Attorney General; Counsel to the City of Chicago; Former Chief of Medical and Health Related Prosecutions for the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation, directed the statewide enforcement of the Illinois Medical Practice Act and numerous other regulatory and licensure statutes. Selected by peers as a “Leading Lawyer” in the field of Health Law. -Rated AV- Highest Legal Ability Rating by Martindale Hubbell Peer Review Rating System. -Member of the Illinois Bar Association for over 25 years -Member of the Chicago Bar Association since 1982.
Buying a house is one of the most exciting things we do in life. Beautiful new homes with curb appeal and all the bells and whistles bring joy to our hearts as we grow our families. Counterbalancing our excitement, the nerves that come along with buying a house can also be daunting. Investing in a home or any piece of real estate is a major decision. Your house is often your most valuable asset and the purchase and sale of a property is nothing to take lightly.Read more...
Chicago Workers Compensation Attorney Michael V. Favia Can Help You with Your Claim for Workers Compensation Benefits if You Contracted COVID-19 as a First-Responder or Essential Front-Line Worker. Questions About the COVID-19 Workers’ Compensation Bill? Call the Favia Law Firm in Chicago and Rolling Meadows at (312) 609-6666.Read more...
In response to COVID-19 Coronavirus, the Illinois Workers Compensation Commission (IWCC) held a recent meeting in which Chairman Michael J. Brennan announced amendments to the Commission’s Rules of Practice. The amendments identify who are included as first responders or essential front-line workers, who receive a rebuttable presumption that claims related to COVID-19 Coronavirus are causally connected to the scope of their employment for purposes of obtaining workers compensation benefits.Read more...
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