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Illinois Labor Union Lawyers Representing the Sheet Metal Workers International Association (SMWA).

The Illinois Workers’ Compensation act covers almost every type of illness or injury that occurs in the workplace. These benefits cover injuries and associated costs, including lost wages, wrongful death, medical expenses, disability, education and retraining costs and permanent disfigurement or scarring.

Workers’ Compensation Litigation Leaders

The workers’ compensation experts at RB Law have represented numerous clients who were injured or became ill on the job. More than $400 million has been recouped for our clients.

SMWIA: Representing Unique Members of the Building Trade

The Sheet Metal Workers International Association is an AFL-CIO-affiliated union and there are over 150,000 members in both the U.S. and Canada. A variety of industries are represented in the SMWIA, including manufacturers, railroad workers, shipyard trades and building traders.

Ordinary metals are transformed into specialized products by the skilled members of the construction industry. These sheet metal workers are very talented in that they design, produce and install their own products. There is a 4-year apprentice program that the SMWIA utilizes to develop its members skills in addition to classroom training and on-the-job training. SMWIA fights for fair wages and for fair trade to protect their workers and investments.

Contact Our Chicago Workers’ Compensation Law Firm

The qualified legal team and vast resources of RB Law has given us a reputation as being one of  the best personal injury and workers’ compensation law firm within Illinois.

Before you file your workers’ compensation claim, you should meet with one of our experienced attorneys. The workers’ compensation laws in Illinois require very specific steps, and any mistake in filing can cause you to lose your benefits.

Free Consultation with a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Representing SMWA Union Workers

Call 312-458-1000 or email. All SMWA Union worker accident cases are handled on a contingency basis, meaning you do not pay unless we provide results.

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