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IWCC Calendars

Calendars, Call Sheets, and Chicago Trials  

 

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Arbitrators' Calendars and Call Sheets
  Chicago Arbitration Calendar 2015  (last revised 04/28/15)
  Chicago Arbitration Call Sheets January - June 2015 (11/19/14)
  Chicago Arbitration Trial Settings
   
  Downstate Arbitration Calendar 2015   (03/27/15/15)   
  Downstate Arbitration Call Sheets January - June 2015 (12/5/14)
  Downstate Arbitrators' Work Addresses  (10/17/14)   
  Downstate Arbitration Hearing Locations  (0106/15)  
   
  Independent Arbitrators
   
Commissioners' Calendars and Call Sheets
  Commission Calendar January - June 2015  (12/1/14)
  Commission Call Sheets January - June 2015 (12/22/14)
  Commissioners' Hearing Locations   (7/18/14)
   
Court Reporters' Calendars
  Court Reporters' Calendar 2015  (12/5/14)

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Call sheets are posted weekly, approximately one month before the status call date. Chicago trial settings will be posted roughly one hour after the status call ends.

The Accident Location Table (last changed 11/13/14) is available online. It lists every town in Illinois and its hearing site. Cases are assigned to the hearing site closest to the site of the accident. If the accident occurred outside of Illinois, the case is assigned to the site closest to the petitioner's home; if the petitioner lives outside of Illinois, the case is set at the site most convenient to the parties.

Commission rules provide that cases that were filed three years ago or more must proceed to arbitration unless the parties show they have good reason to wait. Please note the timetable for these red-line cases:

Date
Red-Line Cases
12/1/2014

All 11 WC cases and older

3/1/2015

12 WC 15000 and older

6/1/2015

12 WC 30000 and older

9/1/2015

12 WC 45000 and older

 

 

 

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