If you fractured or broke a bone at work during an accident, your employer should respect you enough to deliver workers' compensation benefits, so you can return to good health — and your job.
If this has not happened — if your company and its insurer have been slow to respond to your situation — you have rights that must be protected.
In the Denver Metro area and throughout the mountain communities of Summit County, the skilled workers' compensation attorneys of The Brewer Law Offices P.C. protect those rights every day for injured workers throughout the region. Our goal is always to get you the benefits and money you deserve.
Amy L. Brewer has dedicated herself to achieving justice for hardworking people just like you. She investigates, negotiates and litigates with equal proficiency on your behalf. This formula for success has built a significant reputation for positive results for our clients.
At The Brewer Law Offices P.C., your needs are our most important concern. Contact us to arrange your free consultation. We will discuss, in confidence and in detail, your struggle with lost wages, medical bills, the option to settle your claim right away, the possibility of your permanent disability and an appeal of your claim if it has been denied.
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Summit County Joint Injury Lawyers With Decades Of Combined Experience
Bone, muscle and joint injuries sustained on the job may require a long time to heal, require extensive medical attention and become aggravated over time if left untreated. These include:
- Torn muscles, anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears
- Broken bones
- Muscle strains
- Bruises and contusions
- Back injuries
- Knee injuries
- Shoulder and rotator cuff injuries
Contact us. You can speak with an experienced muscle injury lawyer in the Denver Metro area by calling The Brewer Law Offices P.C. at 303-420-8080 or by calling us in Breckenridge at 970-453-4753. We can also be reached by email. Your consultation is free of charge and can be conducted at your home or hospital room if you cannot travel.