Workers Compensation Claims by Industry and Profession

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Denver Job Injury Lawyer Representing Drivers in Workers’ Compensation Claims

Whether you are driving a taxi or behind the wheel of a big rig shipping goods across the country, you are likely eligible for workers’ compensation benefits for any accidents that happen on the job. That is in addition to any claims against others responsible for the crash.

The key is that the driver must be acting within the ordinary scope of his or her job at the time of the crash in order to get benefits. This question can become complicated when a driver is using a company vehicle for a personal purpose or makes an unexpected stop while on the clock.

The situation is a little different for Uber, Lyft and other rideshare drivers. Although you may not be eligible for workers’ compensation, the companies do offer some insurance benefits for accidents that vary based on the circumstances.

Doctors, Nurses, EMTs, Healthcare Workers Job Injury Claims

Medical professionals are at the frontline of many healthcare emergencies, exposing themselves to infectious disease and other illnesses. That is not to mention the risk of slip-and-fall and other accidents on the job.

Representing Firefighters in Colorado After Work-Related Injury

Firefighters put their own safety – and sometimes their lives – at risk every day that they clock in for work. 

For firefighters, the hazards of the job include going into burning buildings and being exposed to a wide range of potentially harmful toxins. The negative health effects of that exposure may not be noticeable until long after a firefighter leaves the job.

Factory, Industrial, Assembly Line Employee Workers’ Compensation Claims

Working with industrial tools, heavy equipment and on assembly lines with a number of moving parts poses a variety of risks. Workers engaged in repetitive tasks are also prone to developing stress-related injuries over time.

Denver Job Injury Attorneys Representing Construction Workers

Construction sites are some of the most dangerous places to work across the country. Slips and falls, heavy machinery crushing accidents and injuries from falling objects are among the more common occurrences for construction workers.

Professional and Office Employee Denver Workers’ Compensation Claims

Just because to work in an office, it does not mean that you are not at risk of injury or illness on the job. That includes carpal tunnel syndrome, slips and falls, elevator accidents and exposure to dangerous substances.

Speak with a Denver Job Injury Lawyer Today During a Free Consultation

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident on the job, Levine Law can help.

We are pleased to serve clients throughout Colorado, including in Denver, Colorado Springs, Ft. Collins, and Loveland. Call us at 303-333-8000 or contact us online to speak with a Denver job injury lawyer today.

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