• Amylee Simonovich

Covid Presumption Signed Into Law

On June 5, 2020, Governor Pritzker signed HB 2455 into law (PA 010-0633). HB 2455 amended the Illinois Occupational Disease Act to include a rebuttable presumption that if First Responders and Front-Line Workers contract COVID-19 the disease is related to their employment. The presumption applies to both the accidental exposure and the causal relationship between the exposure and the employment.


If you missed our Webinar on this new legislation, you can find it on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAEe36ML8NDFunAK9n9NOWw


To read more about this new legislation, you can also visit our blog post at: http://www.ridgedownes.com/submenu/news/2020/05/22/covid-presumption-passed


Please contact Ridge & Downes at 1-800-572-1136 to speak with an attorney regarding this new legislation and how it may affect you or your loved ones.

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