What Is the Process When Filing for Workers Compensation?

What Is the Process When Filing for Workers Compensation?

When you have a work injury, workers’ compensation can provide welcome relief. However, you must take the proper steps to receive your benefits. Our experienced workers’ compensation attorneys know the mistakes people make when they file for workers’ compensation. We want you to understand what you need to do to receive the benefits you’ve earned….


Workers’ Comp Claims Rise With a Drop in Worker Safety

Safety violations are a common cause of injuries in the workplace. Too often, employers have other priorities rather than ensuring the safety of their hardworking employees. It’s important to recognize common workplace safety violations. Victims of safety violations may bring a claim through our Denver workers’ compensation lawyers. When serious injuries occur, you may work…

What Is Workers’ Compensation and How Does It Work?

Have you been hurt at work? You may be wondering how you’re going to pay your bills and support your family. You may qualify to claim financial support through the workers’ compensation system. Our Colorado attorneys for workers’ compensation benefits explain what you need to know. What Is Workers’ Compensation? Workers’ compensation is an insurance…


Does Workers’ Compensation Cover Coronavirus in Colorado?

The Coronavirus pandemic has made the workplace more dangerous than ever. People are afraid to go to work. Essential workers feel like their lives are in danger, just for doing their jobs. Despite precautions, the risks remain great while Coronavirus rages in the United States. Inevitably, some workers will contract COVID-19 because of their employment….

Is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Covered by Workers’ Comp?

Carpal tunnel syndrome and workers’ compensation is an important question for workers throughout Colorado. Carpal tunnel is a serious work-related injury. It may qualify you for workers’ compensation. If you suspect that you have carpal tunnel because of work, you have rights. Our Colorado workers’ compensation attorneys want you to understand your rights when it…


Construction’s “Fatal Four” – Tips for Prevention

The fatal four in construction are four areas of extreme danger for construction workers. In fact, the fatal four are the most common ways that fatalities occur in the construction industry. It’s important to be aware of the fatal four and take steps to minimize the possibility of an accident. When accidents happen, employers and…

Why You Need an Attorney for Social Security Disability

Millions of disability claims are filed and denied every year. Statistically, most of them will not make it past the initial approval stage. If you’re already struggling financially because of a disability, you can’t afford to wait another year to refile or appeal, both of which have even lower success rates. Read why most disability…

5 Tips for Filing a Workers’ Comp Claim in Colorado

Each year, nearly 28,000 Colorado employees file a workers compensation claim to recover lost wages and medical costs associated with a workplace injury. Workers’ compensation is a type of insurance coverage employers are required to provide employees who are injured on the job or develop occupational diseases. To be covered by workers compensation, you must…