Workers Compensation

Lakewood, Colorado Personal Injury Lawyer Serving Denver, Boulder, and Nearby Areas

December 19, 2019
Freezing temperatures, white-out snowstorms, sleet, and ice are part of Colorado life. While some businesses have delayed starts or work-from-home options for employees on snow days, many people must find a way to get to work and conduct business as usual. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor… Read Full Post
September 18, 2019
Denver’s growth means a growing risk for construction site slip and fall accidents. The city is rife with building projects, so you have probably encountered some of the many bright orange cones and barrels lining sidewalks and streets. Clearly marking these construction zones is just one of the… Read Full Post
December 28, 2018
If you were injured on the job, it can cause great hardship. Not only are you in pain and in need of expensive medical services, but you can’t work to support yourself and your family either. Workers’ compensation benefits exist to help you through these tough times, but what happens if your claim… Read Full Post
July 09, 2018
We’ve been helping injured workers with their workers’ comp claims for many decades and developed a list of common questions about workers’ comp in Colorado. Q: When Can I File For Workers’ Compensation? A: As quickly as possible and within four days. If you’ve been injured or become ill at work… Read Full Post
July 07, 2018
Picking a career path doesn’t usually involve reviewing workplace injury and fatality statistics; however, many Colorado workers have legitimate reason to worry about a workplace injury or illness. Knowing about dangerous jobs in Colorado can lead to a more informed job selection process. Plus,… Read Full Post
June 20, 2018
On-the-job injuries are more common than you may think. Millions of people suffer work-related injuries every year and file for workers’ comp. In 2015, nearly 3 million nonfatal workplace injuries were reported in the United States. That’s an average of almost 8,000 injuries per day. According to… Read Full Post
May 31, 2018
Denver construction sites can be dangerous places to work. Employees operate machinery that moves and lifts objects weighing tons. Any miscalculation by an employee can cause objects to slip, slide or fall. At the same time, construction industry employers are expected to adhere vigilantly to local… Read Full Post
May 11, 2018
If you don’t believe you could be injured due to the fault of another party, it is likely you would be wrong. A recent poll that surveyed 2,000 people in July discovered the average person will suffer more than 10,000 injuries, illnesses and accidents throughout her or his lifetime. This includes… Read Full Post
May 04, 2018
A number of people in Colorado are finding jobs as independent contractors nowadays. Whether it be working from home or performing manual labor, the entities providing work do not list independent contractors as employees. This means that they do not benefit from employer insurance coverage and… Read Full Post
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