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Schedule your free live video consultation today with Stephen P. Kelly. Our lives are busy and it does take time to come to an office to meet and discuss your case. Stephen is available when you are and wherever you may be - whether it's over your lunch hour, during a break at work or evenings to discuss your case via SKYPE on a video call.  Stephen P. Kelly will listen to your problem - and know what the next steps should be.

If you want a plan with results, let Stephen P. Kelly protect you. Stephen will help you explore your options and navigate the legal system.   

Please schedule your preferred time below, and we will confirm Stephen's availability via e-mail. These video calls are convenient for first time meetings as well as update meetings about the progression and details of your case.

Of course, if you prefer to meet in person that is always available. 

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Tangela Taylor

A Police officer for the City of Peoria suffered a catastrophic injury while working for the City of Peoria. As a result of her injuries, Officer Taylor was unable to return to work as a police officer for the City of Peoria. As her attorney, Stephen P. Kelly obtained her benefits under the Pension Act and her PSEBA benefits. Subsequent to winning the trail for her pension and PSEBA benefits, Stephen P. Kelly tried Officer Taylor’s case in front of the Illinois Workers Compensation Commission. After receiving a very favorable award from the Illinois Worker’s Commission, the City of Peoria appealed the award to the Illinois Appellate Court. The City of Peoria argued, that the Pension benefits awarded to Officer Taylor should be used to reduce her award under the Illinois Workers Compensation act. The Appellate Court rejected the City of Peoria’s argument, and upheld the decision of the Illinois Workers Compensation Commission.

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