Few workplaces are as dangerous to employees as construction sites. These workplaces frequently lead to serious work-related injuries requiring significant medical attention. Occasionally, workers will be called independent contractors, but the employers have not followed the specific prescribed steps and the worker may actually be classified as an employee who is eligible for worker's comp benefits.
At the Picardi Law Firm in Denver, Colorado, we represent injured workers, including victims of construction accidents, regardless of fault. We help people obtain workers' compensation benefits — making sure that insurance companies treat them fairly.
To speak to an attorney who has over 20 years of workers' compensation experience, e-mail or call our Parker office today at 303-778-8881 to schedule a free initial consultation.
What happens when your immediate employer does not have workers' compensation insurance or is unable or unwilling to pay out-of-pocket for benefits? One of the most complex issues facing workers injured in construction accidents is determining who to file a claim against. Possible parties include:
Whether you injured your back while lifting an object, were hit in the head by a falling piece of construction equipment or suffered some other type of serious injury, you deserve workers' compensation benefits.
As a lawyer who practices exclusively in the area of workers' compensation, our firm's founding attorney, Steve Picardi, understands how changes in workers' compensation laws will affect your claim. He has written articles and taught numerous classes on Colorado construction law. Our firm utilizes his talents to represent your interests.
Even if you are an independent contractor, you may be eligible for workers' compensation. To learn more about filing a claim following a construction accident, contact us at the Picardi Law Firm for a free consultation.
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