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UAW Local 862– United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, better known as the United Auto Workers or UAW

Ched Jennings is highly recommended by labor unions across Kentucky and Indiana. Are you looking for a UAW Local 862 workers’ compensation attorney and someone who can help to ensure you receive the workers’ comp benefits you deserve? Our office assists with every step of the process from the initial (free) consultation through claims preparation and submission as well as any appearances for a hearing, trial or appeal.  We work hard to ensure you receive the full benefits you are entitled to under our workers’ compensation laws.

You will enjoy meeting and working with Ched personally, as well as the sound advice and counsel he provides throughout the entire process.  Ched Jennings has more than 40 years of experience with cases involving injured union members.  He served as a past Commissioner for the Kentucky Department of Workers’ Claims and is a strong partner and advocate for unions throughout Kentucky and Indiana. As a UAW local 862 member you will receive not only high-quality and experienced legal services, but also the support and resources you need and deserve.

Contact a UAW Local 862 Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Have you been injured while on the way to or from work or while on the job for UAW Local 862? Contact the highly recommended UAW Local 862 workers’ compensation team at Jennings Law Offices or call (502) 583-3882 for a free consultation and case analysis. Ched Jennings has worked with UAW officials and union members for decades. You can entrust your workers’ compensation, social security or personal injury case to the firm who stands strong with Kentucky and Indiana UAW members.

We Work With Unions to Protect the Rights of Injured Workers

Hear from our founder, Ched Jennings, about our focus upon and work with labor unions across Kentucky and Indiana:

Our Work with the UAW

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