In Colorado, union representatives are highly dedicated to their union members. The representatives often refuse to compromise on any issues, as they will not act against the best interests of the members. For this reason, it is highly recommended that you work closely with skilled lawyers who have experience working with unions in the Denver area.
To get comprehensive information from a union representative, you need to hire a lawyer who can skillfully maneuver the fragile working relationships between employers and unions. You will find such a lawyer at Picardi Law Firm.
The firm's attorneys have the specialized experience required to assist self-insured employers and human resources personnel in dealing with union representatives and union administrators in workers' compensation claims. Attorney Steven J. Picardi has over 20 years of experience working on behalf of self-insured employers and risk management personnel. Put this experience and expertise to your benefit when you need to gather information from your employee's union representative.
It is important to speak with an experienced lawyer before making any statements to your employer or an insurance adjustor — statements that may damage your claim. Don't delay, because you must notify your employer within four days of your injury.
Any soft tissue or serious neck injury can affect or jeopardize your financial stability. It is important to take advantage of workers' compensation when you are unable to return to work. These benefits are available through your employer's insurance company and will provide you with the resources you need to get well.
Whether you are looking to obtain information regarding benefits packages, health insurance files or pension contributions, you should understand that unions have confidentiality or organizational concerns which create a large amount of red tape for the employer. The firm's experience representing large self-insured employers permits it to efficiently cut through this red tape to obtain necessary information in the limited time before a workers' compensation hearing occurs.
With their knowledge of union contracts and the effect those contracts have on workers' compensation law, the firm's attorneys will be able to efficiently and effectively apply the information they receive from the union to your specific workers' compensation defense matter.
The firm is uniquely situated to assist self-insured employers who own grocery stores. Over the years, attorney Steven J. Picardi has acquired extensive experience working with the administrators used by the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW) and the Bakery, Confectionary, Tobacco Workers, and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM). Representing the largest grocery chain in the United States, the Picardi Law Firm has worked closely with the administrators for UFCW and BCTGM in preparation for workers' compensation hearings.
To learn more about the union negotiation services provided by the firm to self-insured employers and human resources professionals, contact Picardi Law Firm to schedule an initial consultation.