Truck and delivery drivers are often faced with a higher-than-normal rate of danger in their environments. These employees are often required to face heavy lifting, operate large machinery, and maneuver unpredictable road conditions while they’re driving. This can pose significant threats of injury and accidents. If you are a truck driver or delivery employee and have been injured on the job in Colorado, Burg Simpson’s team of acclaimed and highly qualified attorneys can help you navigate the complex workers’ compensation system and get you the compensation you need and deserve.
Here at Burg Simpson, we empower you, our client, by making sure you are always in the loop. We will keep you updated on your case and the status of your claims and ensure that you always have the best legal team fighting for your rights. Colorado’s workers compensation process can be tricky and seemingly full of roadblocks, but we will guide you the entire time and defend you from employers and insurance companies who often try to pressure employees to return to work before their injuries are healed.
We have nearly 40 years of experience with these types of claims, including those specific to truck and delivery drivers. We have a clear understanding of the complexities of Colorado’s Workers’ Compensation system and we will use our expertise and resources to fight for you.
Our attorneys will help you:
- Understand how Colorado Workers’ Compensation laws work and affect you
- Receive fair compensation for any injuries you sustained while on the job
- Have access to quality medical and healthcare services
- Determine if it’s necessary to file a third party personal injury lawsuit
- Apply for additional Social Security benefits
Receive Workers’ Compensation Benefits as a Truck Delivery Driver
In the state of Colorado, truckers and delivery drivers don’t have to prove anyone was at fault for their injuries. Burg Simpson has helped hundreds of drivers obtain compensation for injuries caused by a variety of on-the-job accidents. These include:
- Automotive or vehicular accidents
- Loading and unloading accidents
- Injuries sustained from slips and falls that include: back, head, neck and knee
- Exposure to hazardous substances, chemicals and toxins
- Injuries from repetitive strain
- Fatigue and exhaustion from unrealistic schedules
- Occupational diseases and illnesses
- Heart attacks and strokes
Need to File a Third Party Claim for a Personal Injury Lawsuit?
Many injuries are due to automotive accidents, which oftentimes are caused by negligent third parties that aren’t employees of your company. If this is the case, you might be able to sue the person who caused your injury, while simultaneously filing your workers compensation claim and receiving benefits.
To find out if you’re able to file a third party lawsuit, or learn what your workers’ compensation options are, call Burg Simpson today for a free, no-obligation consultation at 303-792-5595.