Should I Cash My Insurance Check?

Throughout an injury claim case, an injured individual is understandably eager to reach a just settlement that alleviates their financial hardships and resolves the case. While a settlement helps many people recover, not every offer from an insurance company is adequately valued. Insurance adjusters evaluate a case, investigate a claim, and attempt to lessen the…

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How Can I Prove I Was Injured on the Job? 

Workers’ compensation cases can become challenging if insurance companies deny a claim or an employer acts wrongfully when an employee pursues their rightful compensation. An essential aspect of work-related injury cases is solidifying evidence regarding the injuries and circumstances of an employee’s sustained harm. With the necessary evidence supporting your claim, your employer has less…

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Understanding the 4 Types of Disability in a Worker’s Comp Case

In Colorado, workers’ compensation provides essential financial relief and coverage for medical bills related to injuries that happened on the job. In addition to providing compensation for medical care and expenses, workers’ compensation provides additional benefits to individuals who become disabled due to their injury. There are four different kinds of disability benefits you can…

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Can I See My Own Doctor for a Work Injury in Colorado?

If you experience a work injury, like a slip and fall, Colorado law requires you to report the accident to your employer. Colorado law allows you to see any doctor for treatment of a work injury; however, some guidelines might impact your decision. Below, you will find some things worth knowing about which doctors can…

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4 Tips to Help Win Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

4 Tips to Help Win Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

Being injured on the job can have a devastating impact on your career and life. Both the immediate and long-term effects of a debilitating injury can harm your financial situation, physical and mental health, and overall quality of life. The consequences of on-the-job accidents are the very reasons why worker’s compensation insurance exists. Unfortunately, while…

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Injured in a Construction Accident? Here’s What You Need to Know

Construction is one of the most dangerous industries in the country. According to OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration), 971 of the 4674 deaths in the workplace in 2017 — almost one in five — were in the construction sector. In addition to those fatalities, thousands more workers were injured enough to lose work…

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How Construction Site Workers Optimize Compensation Claims

Working in construction is an attractive job for millions of people across the country. There are a wide variety of roles for a person to choose from, the pay is usually quite good, and most of the time, it provides stable employment. Unfortunately, construction jobs also lead to thousands of workers’ compensation claims every year…

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Workers’ Compensation Statistics That You May Not Know

Although most jobs are relatively safe, sustaining an injury from an acute incident is never outside the realm of possibility. If the injury is severe enough, then you may find yourself submitting a workers’ compensation claim. It’s very possible that you don’t know a lot about workers’ compensation, and that’s perfectly okay. We’ve covered some…

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How to Maximize Your Workers Comp Claim

With so many hard-working men and women in the workforce today, the possibility of being injured on the job is a real concern for millions of Americans. When you are no longer able to work or are limited in what you can do because of a serious injury, workers’ compensation can help you receive financial…

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10 Simple Ways to Prevent Construction Site Accidents (part 2 of 2)

It seems that you can’t drive or even walk very far these days without seeing some sort of construction going on, whether it’s road workers digging up a city street or construction of a new commercial building. While we certainly wish that these jobs were 100% safe, the truth is that accidents in the construction…

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