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Although union workers can suffer the same types of on-the-job injuries as non-union workers, workers’ compensation benefits for injuries are awarded very differently between these two classes of employees. This is because union employees are employed under contracts and other types of legally binding agreements that dictate the how workers’ compensation payments are handled after an injury has occurred. Because of all the different parties and restrictions that are involved in these cases, a Pennsylvania union worker’s injury claim can become a complex and difficult legal dispute.

Because obtaining workers’ compensation for workplace injuries can be more complicated for union workers, it is a good idea to hire a Pittsburgh work comp attorney who has experience handling union worker injury cases.

Our Pennsylvania workers’ compensation lawyers are committed to helping union workers who have suffered work-related injuries secure the benefits that they are entitled to. We are familiar with the different types of protections that union workers have and we will review all the union and labor laws that apply to your case in order to ensure your rights and interest are defended. From breaking down your union contract or collective bargaining agreement, to figuring out the types of damages you are eligible for, our Pennsylvania union member work accident lawyers will help in every aspect of your case.

We Work with Unions in the Greater Pittsburgh Area

Labor unions are supposed to advocate for the rights of their members. Because unions can provide assistance for their members, we work to build a strong relationship between our firm and your union. When it comes to getting the benefits you are entitled to, your union can be a valuable ally.

However, not every labor union is willing to work with the lawyers representing their members. Our lawyers are prepared to deal with hostile unions, and if it comes to it, we will take them to court on your behalf.

Call us today if you have been injured and belong to a union representing any of the following workers:

  • Airline & Airport Workers
  • Boilermakers
  • Bricklayers
  • Carpenters
  • Construction Workers
  • Electricians
  • Engineers
  • Firefighters
  • Maintenance Workers
  • Mechanics
  • Nurses
  • Plumbers
  • Postal Workers
  • Prison Guards
  • Professional Athletes
  • Teachers
  • Utility Workers

The benefits you can receive might vary, depending on the union you belong to. Our legal team can review the details of your case and inform you of the best way to defend and protect your labor rights.

Talk to our Pittsburgh Injury Lawyers

We understand the stress and anxiety that comes with a workplace injury. We are here to fight for the financial compensation that what you deserve for your injury. Our attorneys will walk you through your entire case and make sure that you fully understand all of your legal options. Let us put our skills and resources to work for you.

Contact our team of workers’ compensation attorneys to set up your case consultation.