Why Hire Us?
As an employee of United Airlines, you have many options for filing a workers’ compensation claim if you are injured on the job. You can file a claim in the state where your injury occurred. You can file a claim in the state where you were hired. You can file a claim in the state where your employment is principally located. Or, you can file a claim in Illinois, where United Airlines is based.
Many injured United Airlines employees choose to file their workers’ compensation claim in Illinois because our workers’ compensation laws are generally considered the most favorable towards plaintiffs. If you work for United Airlines, you can file a workers’ compensation claim in Illinois regardless of where you live or where you were hurt.
At Katz Friedman, Eagle, Eisenstein, Johnson & Bareck, we handle a large volume of workers’ compensation claims from United Airlines employees, but we offer personalized attention to each of our clients. We represent flight attendants, cockpit crewmembers, baggage handlers, ramp attendants and other UA employees. Our lawyers have extensive experience working with clients from all over the world, and we are dedicated to delivering superior client service and maximizing our client’s recovery.
Our firm has been committed to fighting for the rights of injured workers for over 50 years. In addition to workers’ compensation cases, we also have a long history of representing major labor unions. Our work with labor unions including the flight attendants’ union has provided our attorneys with unique insight into workers’ compensation claims. We make sure our clients receive the maximum possible benefits they are entitled to under both their union contract and Illinois Workers’ Compensation law.
If you have sustained an injury in the course of your job with United Airlines, contact us for a free consultation about your workers’ compensation claim. Filing a workers’ compensation claim with United Airlines can be a challenging process. Our attorneys are skilled in negotiating the various pitfalls and ensuring you receive the benefits you deserve.