Harassment Upon Returning To Work

Harassment in the workplace is never acceptable, but is particularly troubling when an injured worker is the target. If you are being harassed by your superiors or co-workers after returning to work full time or in a light-duty capacity, it is in your best interest to discuss your rights with an experienced workers' compensation lawyer.

At the Eley Law Firm in Denver, we have been working to protect the rights of injured workers throughout Colorado since 1983. We have helped hundreds of injured workers obtain the workers' compensation benefits they deserve. For a free consultation with an attorney, call 720-644-8759 or 866-371-3322.

Document All Instances Of Harassment

Whether due to the macho idea that "tough guys don't get hurt" or other reasons, you may face harassment from co-workers or your employer upon returning to work. If this happens, it is critical to keep a log, noting the dates you are harassed and how you are being harassed. Once you have been injured, your employer may view you as damaged goods and welcome the opportunity to force you into resigning, leading to termination of your workers' compensation benefits and getting them off of the hook.

Harassment Is Unacceptable

There is no excuse for harassment in the workplace. After returning to work, you deserve to be treated with respect just like everyone else. To discuss your situation with a knowledgeable workers' compensation lawyer, contact us today for a free consultation. We work on a contingency or percentage fee basis, meaning you will not owe us a fee unless we recover benefits for you.