If workers’ compensation does not cover your claim, you may have a claim if:
- The employer intentionally caused the injury.
- The employer attempted to conceal the injury or the role they played in it occurring.
- You were hurt when the company was acting in a different capacity than as your employer.
- Your employer does not carry worker’s compensation insurance.
If you believe your workplace injury falls under one of the four exceptional circumstances mentioned before, contact Hodges & Foty, LLP for a free case evaluation.