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Union Workers and Workers Compensation

Whether you work in manufacturing, automotive, mining, or any other trade where you’re represented by a union, you may be hesitant to seek help after an on-the-job injury – especially if you’re worried about your employer finding out.

At Fields Law Firm, we know that privacy is a big concern after getting hurt at work. That’s why we keep all client communication confidential, so you can get advice on your next steps without worrying about losing your job. Contact us today at 1-888-343-5375 or complete a free contact form.

Common Union Worker Injuries

Because union workers often hold a variety of jobs, their injuries can vary from case to case. Some of the most common injuries include:

  • Electrocution Injuries
    Electricians and powerline workers often come into contact with live wires conducting high voltages. If workers don’t have proper safety equipment or training, they can be electrocuted and suffer burns and other serious injuries.
  • Crushing Injuries
    People who work on assembly lines and in manufacturing facilities are often around heavy equipment that runs at high speeds. If parts of their bodies or clothing get stuck in the machines, they can suffer crushing injuries that can be life threatening.
  • Lung Injuries
    Miners work deep underground around hazardous chemicals and substances. Over time, workers who breathe in these substances may develop lung injuries that can make it impossible to work.

If you got hurt at work, you shouldn’t have to worry about retaliation from your employer. Get in touch with the attorneys at Fields Law. We’re one of the largest biggest work injury law firms in Minnesota, and we’re here to help.

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