What If I Have A Pre-Existing Condition?

If you have a pre-existing condition, such as a back problem, any lifting or twisting at work may reinjure you or increase the extent of the existing injury. In these kinds of situations, you may still be eligible for workers' compensation benefits.

Since 1992, The Brewer Law Offices P.C. has been helping injured Denver Metro area workers and workers throughout the mountain communities of Summit County to get the money and benefits they deserve. We have advised and represented many clients who had pre-existing injuries and illnesses. We can assist you, too.

Fighting For Your Right To Compensation

Any injury that happens on the job is considered a work injury. If you have an old injury or a pre-existing condition that is aggravated or increased by an on-the-job injury, illness or working condition, this also becomes a compensable claim.

The challenge, however, is proving the relationship between the increase of your symptoms and a particular workplace job duty or accident. That's why retaining a skilled lawyer is so important. Our attorney, Amy Brewer, will work with you to examine all the facts of your case and present the best evidence possible.

It is not uncommon for the workers' compensation insurance company to hire an independent medical examiner to investigate your case, hoping to prove your claim false. Our law firm can fight these "hired guns" for you.

Speak With A Knowledgeable Denver Work Injury Lawyer

Whether you suffered a brand-new work injury or you have reinjured an old one, you have rights and options. Learn more by scheduling a free initial consultation with Ms. Brewer. Simply call The Brewer Law Offices P.C. in the Denver Metro area at 303-420-8080, in Breckenridge at 970-453-4753 or contact us online. We return all calls promptly and only charge contingency fees.

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