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January 2022

Workers’ Compensation for Self-Employed and Independent Contractors

January 31, 2022
The workers’ compensation program in Colorado provides a financial safety net for workers who get injured on the job or in the course of their employment. Those who qualify for workers’ comp benefits can recover compensation for their medical bills and lost wages without being required to prove fault. Traditionally, however, workers’ compensation only...
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COVID-19 and Colorado Workers’ Compensation

January 26, 2022
As the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the country with new variants and spikes in the number of positive cases, more workers are wondering if they qualify for workers’ compensation benefits for contracting the virus because of their jobs. Workers’ comp coverage for COVID-19 changes from state to state, as well as based on...
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What Jobs Put Workers at the Most Risk for Personal Injury?

January 19, 2022
While it is possible to suffer an injury at any job, certain occupations in Colorado put workers at a higher risk of suffering serious injuries than others. If you work in a high-risk occupation, it is wise to know your rights in terms of workers’ compensation insurance for medical bill coverage. You may need...
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Can I Be Terminated While On Workers’ Comp?

January 12, 2022
In Colorado, a workers’ compensation claim is a way to recover financial compensation for your medical bills and lost wages as an injured worker without having to prove fault. If you report your injury to your employer and seek workers’ comp benefits, you may be afraid that this will lead to your boss firing...
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Pre-Existing Conditions and Workers’ Compensation Claims

January 7, 2022
It is not uncommon for a worker in Colorado to have a pre-existing medical condition or injury at the time of suffering a new injury at work. Unfortunately, a pre-existing condition can lead to challenges during a workers’ compensation claim. An insurance company may unfairly use this as a reason to deny the claim...
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