Utility and electrical workers are routinely exposed to difficult and dangerous work conditions. These professionals must work with high-voltage electricity, work during thunderstorms and inclement weather and make tricky repairs high off the ground. From electrocution to falls to failing equipment, there are numerous accidents and injuries that can happen on the job.
If you’re a utility or electrical worker in Colorado that’s recently been injured while on duty, contact Burg Simpson today. Our award-winning workers’ compensation attorneys understand the complex nature of Colorado Workers’ Compensation laws and how to navigate the claims process.
With over 37 years of experience at Burg Simpson, we’ve worked with hundreds of utility workers who have been injured on the job and have successfully helped them receive their owed compensation. Our services don’t solely focus on filing workers’ compensation claims, we are there every step of the way to make sure you understand the legal process and your rights.
Burg Simpson will with you to:
- Earn fair compensation for your accident and injuries
- Obtain the necessary medical care and treatment
- Apply for additional Social Security benefits
- Get reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses related to your injury
- Explore the possibility of filing a third party claim and personal injury lawsuit
If your injury was caused by a negligent third party in Colorado, you may be eligible to sue the person responsible for your accident without affecting your workers’ compensation claim. Visit our third party claim page for more details .
Receive Your Compensation Benefits as a Utility and Electrical Worker
Our expertise with Colorado Workers’ Compensation laws helps us win cases for our clients so that their medical bills are covered and fair compensation is earned. If you’ve been injured on the job in Colorado, give Burg Simpson a call immediately.
Some of the injuries we’ve been able to help workers earn compensation for include:
- Trips and falls due to dangerous work environments
- Broken bones and fractures
- Exposure to chemicals and toxins
- Cuts and lacerations
- Working with faulty or failing equipment
- Vehicular accidents that happened in the scope of employment
If you’ve been injured on the job, don’t wait to call – there’s nothing to lose. Burg Simpson offer a free, no-obligation consultation to injured utility and electrical workers. If you decide to work with us, we work on an agreed percentage basis, which means we get paid only if we win you a settlement.