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Colorado ATV Law

December 26, 2019
Hundreds of operators use all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) in Colorado for both recreational and work purposes. Recreational use of off-highway vehicles is common in some of Colorado’s most beautiful parks and trails, including national parks, while work use is common on farms and plantations. If you plan on using an ATV, you must first learn...
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Colorado Seat Belt Law

December 19, 2019
Seat belts save lives, regardless of what the laws in your state say about wearing them. Numerous studies from nationally recognized safety organizations have proven the value of seat belts during auto accidents, including the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. For example, almost half the people killed in auto accidents in 2017 (47%) were...
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Workers’ Comp Retaliation

September 30, 2019
Filing for workers’ compensation after a work-related accident is your right as a worker in Colorado. The state workers’ compensation system offers no-fault benefits after almost any type of accident or injury that occurs on the job. You have the right to file for insurance benefits without fear of losing your job or facing...
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Can You Work While on Workers’ Compensation?

September 27, 2019
The line between heading back to work at partial capacity and committing workers’ compensation fraud is fine. You may wish to perform light duty or take a second job while you heal from an injury or temporary disability, but the insurance company may see your return as a reason to stop payments. If you...
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Does Workers’ Compensation Cover Travel To and From Work?

September 25, 2019
The Colorado workers’ compensation system offers benefits to people who suffer injuries on the job. An accident while driving, however, may or may not be coverable. Workers’ compensation will cover expenses if you were traveling as part of your job, such as in big rig trucking or as a delivery person. The coming-and-going rule,...
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