Non-Compliance with Workers’ Comp Laws
Are you having trouble filing your workers’ compensation claim?
Is your employer trying to dodge your questions?
Employer Failing to Provide You with Workers’ Compensation Benefits?
If an employer fails to carry workers’ compensation insurance, they may receive a cease-and-desist order against their business. This may require them to stop legal business operations until they have insurance.
The business may be subject to fines of up to $250 for every day they don’t have proper coverage. This fine could increase to $500 per day. If a workers’ compensation claim reaches a settlement prior to the penalty, the benefits payable to the employee may increase by 50% for failure to maintain insurance. This could be detrimental to the business.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by how complicated it can be to handle your case on your own, contact one of our experienced workers’ compensation attorneys in Colorado.
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"Mathew Kaufman worked with me on getting a settlement for my workman's comp claim. He did his research, kept me in the loop and was very informative with everything. The whole team was very helpful and friendly. In the end we ended up settling the claim for a little more than I had anticipated which was great. He is a very smart, well-educated attorney and I would recommend him to anyone with a workman's comp claim. Thank you for everything Kaufman and Kaufman,” Daniel, Grand Junction, Colorado.
Do you want your workers’ compensation claim to get the attention it deserves? Meeting important time limitations is essential for a successful workers’ compensation claim. Contact an experienced Colorado workers’ compensation attorney today to discuss your rights!
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