Welcome ATU 998 MembersThe Attorneys of Hawks Quindel, S.C. Are Here to Help Your Union Members
Hawks Quindel attorneys have represented ATU Local 998 for more than 30 years. We work with your union representatives on grievances and negotiations. Hawks Quindel also provides representation at discounted rates to ATU members and their families in other areas of the law.
Speak to Your Union Representative About All Workplace Issues
If you think your labor contract is being violated or certain practices in your workplace are unfair, speak to your union representative to get assistance.
Hawks Quindel Provides Workers Compensation Representation
Workers Compensation Law involves issues related to employers providing wages and health care after workplace injury. Hawks Quindel has a long history of representing ATU members in workers compensation claims. If you are hurt at work in a sudden accident or over a long period, you can contact Hawks Quindel for a free phone or office consultation regarding a workplace injury.
When You or Your Family Face Legal Challenges Outside the Workplace, Research Your Legal Rights and Options
Hawks Quindel offers discounted rates to ATU members and their families in the following areas:
Family Law involves all familial disputes, including divorce, separation, adoption, child support, child placement, paternity cases, domestic violence, and pre-nuptial and domestic partner agreements. Family lawyers often practice collaborative divorce and/or mediation as a less expensive and less confrontational approach to dispute resolution. For a free 30-minute consultation on family law matters, please call attorney Amy Shapiro or Kathy Charlton at (414) 271-8650.
Social Security Disability
Social Security Disability Law involves claims for Social Security Disability by injured and disabled workers.
Short Term and Long Term Disability Law involves claims by employees for income to support medical recovery from injury or illness.
Employment Law for employees other than ATU members who have disputes with their employer. Common areas of employment law include employment discrimination, sexual harassment, non-compete disputes, severance agreements, and family and medical leave, wrongful discharge.