Workers Compensation

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April 27, 2018
With so many different jobs in Jefferson, Colorado, it should come as no surprise that a worker can easily become injured in a variety of situations. Some workers may suffer injuries over an extended period of time from performing repetitive work. For example, an employee who often works with… Read Full Post
March 08, 2018
Workers in Denver, Colorado, may be uncertain of their rights. Because of this, they should consider contacting an attorney to determine what they should and should not pursue when they feel wronged by their employers. For instance, a group of Hispanic workers recently filed a complaint with the… Read Full Post
February 28, 2018
As companies downsize and employees’ workloads are substantially increased, stress-related illnesses and injuries are becoming more and more prevalent in the workplace. When there is a conflict between increased job demands and the amount of control an employee has over meeting those demands,… Read Full Post
February 19, 2018
Many of us are busy every day, stressed and stretched beyond our limits. We take on more than we should and that can lead to little mistakes here and there. For most of us, mistakes aren’t too costly and can be fixed, but in the medical profession, any misstep can cost a life. One of the fastest-… Read Full Post
February 01, 2018
Healthcare workers in Colorado are familiar with the risks of their jobs. According to data, the healthcare industry has an illness and injury rate of 5.6 per 100 full-time workers. According to data, this is higher than the average rate for the entire private sector, a figure that falls at 4.2 per… Read Full Post
January 10, 2018
Employers know the risks that they put their employees in by requesting them to perform certain jobs. No matter the industry, it is possible for a worker to become injured. In such situations, workers’ compensation is often implemented, allowing an employee to afford time off while they recover… Read Full Post
December 22, 2017
The National Council on Compensation Insurance has added more data to its 2006 study of workplace injuries. According to the study, the workers’ compensation claims that come from motor vehicle accidents are more severe than many other types of claims. Traffic accidents are prevalent and pervasive… Read Full Post
November 24, 2017
Some employers are attempting to reduce their costs and increase productivity by implementing worksite-wellness programs. One of the major benefits to companies that bring such programs to the workplace includes reduced workers’ compensation costs. According to reports, worksite-wellness programs… Read Full Post
May 31, 2017
The Colorado Supreme Court decided to review a 2010 Colorado Court of Appeals decision involving the collateral source rule. The central issue is whether a Colorado personal injury defendant can introduce evidence of the actual amount a health provider received for a plaintiff’s injuries. Under… Read Full Post