Workers Compensation

Why You Need an Attorney for Social Security Disability

July 19, 2018

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…

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Workers comp claims rise with drop in worker safety

April 7, 2016

While workplace safety has improved over the years, there are still various industries where bad things happen because companies cut corners to save money. In Colorado, some of the worst safety and injury offenses occur in the homebuilding industry, with construction workers facing higher rates of nonfatal injury than other workers do. In fact, construction…

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Top 5 Tips You Need to Know Before you File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Colorado

June 23, 2015

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…

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Common Workplace Injury Myths

May 15, 2012

Three popular misconceptions about safety at work According to the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics, a worker is injured in the workplace every seven seconds. Of course the injuries vary from industry to industry with these numbers: 7.8 per 100,000 workers in the transportation and warehouse industry 6.8 per 100,000 workers in the manufacturing industry…

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If You’ve Been Injured at Work

February 1, 2010

If you’ve been injured at work, no matter how minor the injury may seem at first, it is important to contact a law office that specializes in workers’ compensation claims immediately. The moments and days after an injury occurs are crucial and vital to an injured worker’s situation. There are many dangers involved in waiting…

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Can You Be Fired For Being Injured on the Job?

July 6, 2009

For employees who get hurt on the job, workers’ compensation can provide welcome relief and deserved financial compensation. But what happens if you make a workers’ comp claim and then get fired? Can they do that? Can an employer fire an employee for being hurt on the job? As an employee, you have the right…

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Back Injuries While at Work

March 30, 2009

Whether your job is in an office or your job involves physical labor, a workplace back injury is a risk for anyone. All employees should be aware that back injuries can happen on the job. There are steps that you can take to minimize your chances of having a work-related back injury. There are also…

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If Your Workers’ Compensation Claim Has Been Denied

October 20, 2008

There are many ways a workers’ compensation insurance company can deny your claim. These ways may all seem the same to the injured worker. In fact, an insurance company may pay for some of your treatment at first, but don’t be fooled—your claim may still be denied in the long run. Sometimes, it may be…

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The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyer
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