Workers' Compensation Attorney Discusses Workers' Compensation for Independent Contractors

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. - ColoradoDesk -- It's important to make sure that your employer has not misclassified you as an independent contractor when you're legally an employee. If you get injured on the job, you could be in a pickle if you don't qualify for workers' comp benefits. If you receive a W-2 form at the end of the year from your employer, you should be legally classified as an employee. There are other stipulations that could technically make you an employee under state law.

Contact a workers' compensation attorney in Colorado today to review your situation. Kaufman & Kaufman, LLC. can help you get all the benefits you're entitled to. They understand that every case is different! Their workers' compensation attorneys understand your frustrations and want to help you protect your family in uncertain times. Not sure when your next paycheck is coming? They can help you get everything you're owed and safeguard your financial future.

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Learn more if you qualify for workers' compensation as an independent contractor here (

If you have questions about your workers' compensation rights, contact an experienced Colorado workers' compensation attorney to discuss your rights.

About Kaufman & Kaufman, LLC: Located in Glenwood Springs, Co, Kaufman & Kaufman, LLC. is a family practice handling workers' compensation. For more than five decades, the law firm of Kaufman & Kaufman, LLC. has been helping injured workers fight for the benefits they deserve.

Matt Kaufman

Source: Kaufman & Kaufman, LLC.

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