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Workers’ Compensation

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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What to do After a Workplace Injury

January 5, 2022
Getting injured at work might be the last thing you expect when you clock in for a day's shift. It is normal to feel confused or overwhelmed about what to do in this situation. It is important, however, to take certain steps to protect your future. The following are five things that you should...
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Can You Cancel a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

December 30, 2021
A workers’ compensation claim in Colorado can be the simplest way to get reimbursed for your medical bills and lost wages connected to an occupational injury or illness. This system provides a safety net for injured workers so that they do not have to pay out of pocket for injuries that arise due to...
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Does Workers’ Compensation Pay for Lost Wages?

December 24, 2021
If you suffer an injury or illness at work that interferes with your ability to do your job, Colorado’s workers’ compensation system can make up for your lost wages until you can return to work (if possible). Although workers’ comp will not cover 100 percent of your lost income, it can still help you...
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