Workers Comp’ 2018-01-09T17:53:49+00:00

Workers’ Comp

The Colorado Workers’Compensation Statute and law has been continuously changing each year, and rarely have these changes worked to the benefit of the employee who was injured at work.

You should not rely upon your employer or its insurance carrier to the “right thing” in your Workers’ Comp claim. The laws affecting compensation of an injured workman are extremely complex and the procedures contain strict time limits and requirements that could drastically affect the uninformed worker.

You may be faced with Workman’s Comp issues such as your right to temporary wage benefits (Temporary Total Disability – TTD), medical benefits, permanent impairment or disability (Permanent Partial Disability – PPD or even Permanent Total Disability – PTD). Your employer may choose your physician and even then require an independent medical examination. You may feel that you are being run in circles by the demands of the Workers Compensation Insurance Carrier. An experienced workmen’s compensation lawyer will guide you through the confusion.

Even if your case appears to be proceeding smoothly, you owe it to yourself and your family to seek the advice of an experienced attorney to more fully understand and protect your rights and ensure that you are fully compensated for your job-related injury.

If you are unsure of how to proceed with your claim or feel that you are not receiving the medical care or benefits that you need, do not hesitate to contact us. We want to help you protect your rights and financial future.

 

Free Consultation. Call or e-mail us for a free consultation with a lawyer to discuss your on the job injury without any obligation. Even if you decide not to engage an attorney, you will armed with information that may avoid complications or loss of benefits in your case at a future date.

 

Contact our office to discuss your case, without cost or obligation at: 303-797-3311

We serve the entire south Denver Metropolitan area, including Littleton, Centennial, Englewood, & Aurora in Arapahoe County, Highlands Ranch and Castle Rock in Douglas County, Denver and south Jefferson County, Colorado. Evening and weekend, home and hospital appointments are available upon request with an experienced attorney.