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Minnesota Lawyer For Injured Union Employees

Are you a union employee who has been injured on the job? When choosing an attorney, it is important that you select someone who is union-friendly and knowledgeable in the unique issues that arise in workers’ compensation claims for union members. At Midwest Disability Work Comp, P.A., in Minneapolis, we have that knowledge. We have decades of experience standing up for the rights of injured union members throughout Minnesota.

What Makes Union Employee Workers’ Compensation Claims Different?

Unions are valuable because of the protections they provide to employees. If you are a union member, there may be collective bargaining agreements or other special arrangements that dictate the responsibilities of employer and employee after a workplace accident. These arrangements may outline how you must go about getting workers’ compensation benefits. Our Minnesota union employee injury lawyers have worked with arrangements of all types. We know how to navigate through these complexities to get you the benefits you need. We help unionized construction workers, factory workers and machine operators, miners, meat and food packing industry workers and others. If you are a member of a union and you have suffered an on-the-job injury, we are here to help.

Are There Other Types Of Benefits Available?

Union members may also have a group or individual long-term disability policies. These policies are designed to provide financial support in the event that an injury prevents an employee from returning to work. We will help you fight through denied claims to get the benefits that your policy entitles you to.

Looking To Sue Your Employer? Contact Us Today

Suing your employer may or may not be an option, but a workers’ compensation claim is an important first step toward recovery. Reach out to us online or call our offices directly at 888-365-1477. All cases are taken on contingency, meaning there are no fees until we recover benefits.

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