Colorado Workers' Comp Laws
Workers’ Compensation, sometimes referred to as “Workman’s Compensation” or “Workers’ Comp,” is the name given to a system of laws meant to protect injured workers. The goal is to make sure that if you are injured at work, you receive appropriate medical care, lost wages, and, if applicable, compensation for your permanent impairment now and in the future relating to your on-the-job injury.
When workers are killed on the job, members of the workers’ families are ordinarily eligible for benefits.
Workers’ compensation laws are designed to protect employees’ rights to compensation for injuries and illnesses sustained on the job, and each McDivitt Colorado Workers’ Compensation attorney will fight to make sure these laws are upheld. We’ll work as a team to get you the money you need for medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, lost wages, and impairment now and in the future.
At McDivitt Law Firm, our Colorado Workers’ Compensation lawyers will help you get the benefits you’re owed when you’ve been injured on the job.
Whether you need help filling out paperwork to report the accident and file your claim or you’ve been denied benefits and want to appeal your denial, contact the Get McDivitt Law Firm immediately. Give us call us toll free at (877) 846-4878 to arrange for a free initial interview, or click here for a free initial consultation form.
The McDivitt Law Firm team of Workers’ Compensation lawyers and staff are always here for you, and you will never pay anything out of your own pocket. You will pay a fee only when we collect money for you
You are substantially more likely to obtain a better outcome, both monetarily and medically, if you have an attorney to help you through the workers’ compensation process. Also, there are benefits that you are entitled to that the insurance carrier likely will not tell you about until you have an attorney.
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