Workers’ Compensation for Injured Airline Employees

Individuals working in the airline industry are subjected to dangerous environments at airports as well as on planes. In fact, one of the prerequisites for qualifying for an airline job is the knowledge and acceptance that the work will carry a risk that’s above average when compared to your ordinary office job. From falling luggage to turbulence as well as uncooperative passengers, airline employees are more likely to suffer injuries that may incapacitate them or make it difficult for them to perform work duties to a certain acceptable level.

Are you looking for an airline employee injury lawyer? Call our injured airline worker attorney NOW at 1 (773) 825-3547 and benefit from our combined 70+ years of legal experience. You don’t pay us a cent until you win, and our attorneys will keep you updated regularly on the progress of your case as well as will be easy to reach any time during your claim’s progress should you have any questions.

Filing an Injured Airline Worker Claim

Injured workers, regardless of the industry in which they work will be able to recover compensation as decreed by workers’ compensation laws in our state. This is also true regardless of who was at fault, as labor laws dating back over a hundred years protect your rights as an injured worker. Airline employees travel often, and as such, may suffer injuries in other state. Due to this, recovering compensation may not be as straightforward as we’d like it to be. That being said, as an airline worker, you are entitled to multiple injured worker benefits from your union thanks to your contract as well as workers’ compensation law. However, it is important to note that you should and are only allowed to file a workers’ compensation claim from the state in which you were hired in order for it to be valid.

Airplane employees such as cabin crew are often the victims of the consequences of equipment failures in the craft as well as design issues.

However, it’s not uncommon for these workers to suffer injuries due to:

  1. Air traffic controller negligence
  2. Pilot error
  3. Poor weather conditions
  4. Poor craft maintenance
  5. FAA regulations violations

Legal Advice for Injured Airline Workers – Call Us Today!

It is important to note that injured airline workers usually come up against armies of lawyers representing these major commercial airlines. These legal teams will almost always offer a paltry payout in the hopes that you will take it and not file a suit, or they will try to extract a statement, written or oral, out of you in order to nullify your legal claim. This is why it’s so important to contact our airline employee workers’ compensation lawyers in order to preserve your legal claims as well as ensure a sizeable payout for your injuries. Whether you work in baggage handling, are a gate agent, are an airport office worker or are part of the cabin crew, you’re eligible for benefits. Please contact us TODAY at 1 (773) 825-3547 to find out more about your legal options for compensation. We look forward to hearing from you.