| Practice Description: |
Mr. Aleksy has represented petitioners in workers' compensation claims for more than 25 years. He is a past president of the Workers' Compensation Lawyers Association and has also served on the association's board of directors. He has appeared before the state's appellate and supreme court on behalf of petitioners in workers' compensation issues. He has lectured extensively for IICLE and ITLA. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois and his JD from John Marshall Law School.
Notable Cases and Results:
Clayton v. Ingalls Memorial Hospital, 311 Ill.App.3d 135, 243 Ill.Dec. 913, 2000
Workers' compensation claimant issued subpoena duces tecum to hospital at which she had been treated for her injuries. After hospital sought to compel claimant to pay fees for photocopying medical records sought, claimant filed petition seeking to enforce subpoena. The Circuit Court, Cook County, issued order requiring hospital to comply with subpoena. Hospital appealed. The Appellate Court, held that: (1) subpoena was governed by subpoena process of Workers' Compensation Act, rather than by Code of Civil Procedure or Supreme Court Rules, and (2) provision of Act governing such subpoenas requires party issuing subpoena to pay only a $20- per-day witness fee and a $.20-per-mile travel fee and does not require party issuing subpoena to pay any per-page copy fees, retrieval fees, or any other expenses claimed. Affirmed.
State and federal district courts for Northern District of Illinois
Year of Birth: 1945
Law School: John Marshall Law School,J.D.
Undergraduate School: University of Illinois
Merrick & Holz, 1976 - 1977
Law Offices of J. Michael Madda 1977 - 1987
Richard E. Aleksy & Assoc. 1987 - 1996
Corti & Aleksy 1996 - 2000
Corti, Freeman & Aleksy 2000 to 2008
Law Office of Richard E. Aleksy 2008 to present
Bar/Professional Association Involvement:
ITLA WC Committee
Published Legal Writing:
Wife, 3 daughters, 4 grandchildren
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