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At some point in life, everyone will need a good lawyer, and a good lawyer is hard to find. Same holds true when it comes to legal matters and the building trades. You’ve got to have the right people on your side.

Successfully managing one’s money can be a challenge. Fortunately, the pages of Organized Labor feature a number of partners each and every month who can help make those complicated and difficult financial decisions easier. In this issue, we highlight resources available to folks in the building trades, and take a look at how some of those pension dollars are spent effectively.

The following was originally published in Kaiser Permanente’s e-newsletter Partners in Health.

Move more and sit less, or you could jeopardize your health. That’s the message of a groundbreaking new study by Kaiser Permanente.

Taking care of your health – whether at the jobsite or at home – is critical to a long and happy life. Brandon Cuevas, CEO, UnitedHealthcare of California, took time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions for Organized Labor.

In this special Q&A with Jerry Neil Paul of the Paul Law Firm, Organized Labor explored mesothelioma, asbestosis, and what actions a worker suffering from these diseases can take.

In the construction industry, knowing when and how to take legal action in any given circumstance is not always clear. The world of organized labor is all about getting the right people to help so that we don’t have to go it alone. This is especially true when it comes to the health and welfare of any man or woman on the jobsite. Know that there are plenty of union friendly lawyers out there happy to help guide the way.

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