Many unionized workers are entitled to different, more generous benefit packages that interplay with the typical workers' compensation benefits package. It is important to consult with a knowledgeable lawyer who has experience with these different packages and can offer advice on the benefits available.
At the Law Offices of James F. Aspell, P.C., we are recognized as a go to resource when labor has been injured on the job. Our Hartford Union worker injury lawyers have over 30 years of experience handling cases involving a wide variety of injuries and special circumstances. Contact our firm today to learn more about how Connecticut's workplace injury specialists (tm) can help you.
Union Benefits And Grievances
Our firm has extensive experience representing a range of employees, including:
- Unionized Connecticut State and municipal employees
- Unionized iron workers
- Iron Workers
- Union Electricians
- Union Plumbers
- Union Health Care Workers
- Union Educators
- Unionized municipal workers, including police and firefighters
We have the experience necessary to identify those benefits you are entitled to and fight to ensure you receive the full and fair compensation you are entitled to. We will diligently explore the particulars of your situation to maximize your recovery under the law.
Union Plus Membership
Attorney James F. Aspell is also a member of the "Union Plus" Legal Plan, which is a consortium of more than 100 labor, municipal and professional unions covering a full spectrum of employees. He was recommended for inclusion by the plan members themselves based on his service to them. Additionally, Union Plus members receive reduced rates on service.
Frequently, Connecticut State and municipal union workers are entitled to additional benefits in addition to standard workers' compensation benefits. Continuation of your group health insurance is one such benefit. It is important to retain an attorney who is knowledgeable regarding State of Connecticut and municipal types of benefits packages, because a less-experienced attorney might overlook entitled benefits. These unintentional errors might effectively limit the compensation benefits you receive.