Ched Jennings is a former Commissioner with the Kentucky Department of Workers’ Claims and has decades of experience with labor unions and workers compensation in Kentucky and Indiana. According to the most recent United States Bureau of Labor Statistics Kentucky has almost 200,000 union members, and Indiana has over 300,000 union workers.
This represents more than 11 percent of the work force in Kentucky and 10% of wage and salaried workers in Indiana. What happens when a union worker is injured on the job? How are union workers compensation claims handled in Kentucky and Indiana?
There are many ways a union worker can be injured on the job. Ched Jennings has decades of experience with labor unions and workers compensation and protecting the workers compensation rights and claims of union workers in Kentucky and Indiana. Our relationship with these labor unions and their workers is stronger than ever.
We work closely with Indiana and Kentucky Labor Unions and Union representatives to ensure injured workers receive the medical care and therapy they need and the financial workers compensation benefits they deserve.
Ched Jennings and The Jennings Law Offices are preferred workers compensation attorneys for many Kentucky and Indiana Labor unions including (but not limited to):
Kentucky AFL-CIO – American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
IBEW – International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 2100
IBEW – International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 369
Teamsters – Teamsters Local 89
Laborers – Laborers Local 576
UAW – United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, better known as the United Auto Workers or UAW.
UFCW – Local 227, United Food & Commercial Workers
UMW – United Mine Workers
USW – United Steel Workers
We understand the unique processes associated with workers compensation claims in the Organized Union environment and have worked to earn the trust of Kentucky and Indiana Labor Unions and their management for decades.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration or OSHA recently estimated that workers compensation only covers about 21 percent of the lost wages and medical bills encountered by injured workers and their families. Labor unions exist to protect their workers, and your union representatives want to make sure you receive the maximum financial benefits available to you under Indiana and Kentucky law.
This is why many Unions recommend working with experienced and proven partners of union workers like The Jennings Law Office. They know we will work to aggressively protect your interests and ensure that your claims are comprehensively prepared and submitted in a timely manner. We work to maximize not only the likelihood that your Indiana or Kentucky workers comp claim will be approved, but to ensure you receive the appropriate medical treatment and the maximum financial benefits you are entitled to receive.
If your Kentucky workers compensation claim is denied or you receive a denial letter from the Indiana Workers’ Compensation Board we can help.
We have a strong relationship with unions throughout Kentucky and Indiana. We have extensive experience with labor unions and workers compensation benefits. The lawyers at The Jennings Law Offices understand the unique processes and procedures associated with Union workers’ compensation claims. Our commitment to the well being of Kentucky and Indiana workers and Union members have been demonstrated across several decades of service.
We invite you to review the recommendations of our clients and contact the Jennings Law Offices or call (502) 583-3882 for a free consultation and case evaluation.