Two things come to mind--First, you should have a workers' compensation claim to make. Second, you will probably have to sue the homeowner to get their homeowner's insurance to take care of you. Right now, make sure you can identify the address of the property and the owner of it, so that you can sue the correct party.
You should talk to a lawyer in your local community who handles both work comp and personal injury cases.
Sometimes a simple answer is inadequate because it answers the wrong question. This appears to be such a situation. The simple answer is that you may notify the homeowner in wrting and request that they have their homeowner's liability insurance carrier contact you. As you were in the course of your employment with the cable company you may benefit by exercising your workers compensation rights. Besides that there may be a premises liability claim and it may be the homeowner or yet another party who set up the defective temporary stairs that would have primary liability to you for damages. There are a number of reasons why if you are not feeling better already and only looking to clear up a medical bill that you would want to engage an attorney to assist. This is handled on a contingency fee basis. You may contact me if you wish to discuss further. Regards. Paul
Law Offices of Paul levin
100 Pearl Street, 14th Floor
Hartford, CT 06103
The best way to get the homeowners insurance information is to send them a demand letter.
You should think about getting a personal injury lawyer, if you have not already retained one.
I would be happy to meet with you to discuss the merits of your claim. Please feel free to get in touch.
Quraishi Law Offices, LLC
1100 New Britain Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06110
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