On January 18, 2013, attorney Eric B. Pearson, partner at Philadelphia work injury law firm, Pearson Koutcher Law, spoke at the SEIU local 32BJ meeting to discuss workers’ compensation topics and issues relative to their members. Mr. Pearson will be participating in steward training sessions, helping the stewards to understand some of the important requirements of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation system.
With over 120,000 members, concentrating in the Northeast – in Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington, D.C. – but reaching southern Florida and as far west as Montana, SEIU local 32BJ is the largest union of property service workers in the United States. 32BJ is a affiliate of SEIU, the Service Employees International Union, which has 2.1 million members dedicated to raising industry standards, making life better for working families and our communities, and building a fair economy.
SEIU consists primarily of janitors, property maintenance workers, doormen, security officers, window cleaners, building engineers, and school and food service workers working for private employers, the public sector, and companies receiving government contracts. As a diverse group of workers striving for the American Dream, SEIU unites to raise standards at work and improve conditions in surrounding communities so that one day “working poor” will be a contradiction in terms.
The Philadelphia work accident attorneys of Pearson Koutcher Law have represented union members for more than a combined three decades. Call the experienced work injury attorneys of Pearson Koutcher Law if you are a union member injured in an accident at work. Pearson Koutcher Law attorneys represent injured workers from many different unions, including transportation workers, building trade workers, laborers and public safety.
Let us put our decades of experience to work for you, helping you navigate the complexities of the Workers’ Compensation laws.