The American labor movement can trace some of its earliest roots back to New York, where, in 1833, journeymen carpenters staged a strike for a wage increase. Supported by other tradespeople, their demands were finally met. Today, union and non-union carpenters, welders, iron workers, electricians, plumbers, roofers, HVAC specialists and machinists as well as window washers, restaurant workers and others can take continued pride in the contributions they have made to the growth of New York City and New York State.
When you as a trades person suffer injury on the job, you may have special concerns. At the Suffolk law firm of Birzon, Strang, and Associates, we understand your concern that your injury may prevent you from continuing in your line of work. That is why we take great pride in our job, making sure that you get the compensation you deserve and need to support yourself and your family. Our Suffolk workers compensation lawyers are also personal injury attorneys. We investigate every avenue of compensation, including third-party workers comp claims.
Injured union employees sometimes worry about losing union benefits — or even their jobs. Whether you need help with workers comp in Nassau, Suffolk or anywhere in New York, we can help. We have provided legal counsel to help hundreds of union tradespeople who suffered on-the-job injuries recover damages. Contact us if you are a worker in need of representation and are a member of:
This is just a partial list of New York’s many unions whose members may need legal counsel when they are injured. We are here to help and invite you to call us at 631-265-6300 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our skilled lawyers.
Contact Birzon, Strang, and Associates, to learn more about your rights
It costs you nothing to find out what your legal options may include, and how you can help secure the compensation to which you are entitled. To schedule your free consultation, please contact us online or call us at 631-265-6300 . Hospital and home visits can be arranged no matter where you live in New York.