Workers' Compensation Attorney

Workers' Compensation Attorney

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Allow us to help guide you through every step of the legal process to claim what you deserve. We return inquiries promptly and won’t charge you unless you win your case. We have a deep understanding of Workers' Compensation in the state of Colorado. In the past 100 years, Colorado workers’ compensation law has been modified but the original intent of the Act remains: quick and efficient delivery of medical and disability benefits to injured workers at a reasonable cost to employers. That’s exactly what we’ll work to get you!

Important questions to consider:

  • Have you been adequately compensated for your lost wages?
  • Have you received the medical treatment you need to cure and alleviate your injury?
  • Have all your medical bills been paid?
  • Have you received any permanent disability benefits to which you may be entitled?
  • What value does the settlement contain for future medical care?

Issues We Can Handle

At Brewer Law Offices, we have been fighting for worker’s rights since 1992. We have seen a multitude of different cases. Some of the issues we have handled include loss wages, temporary benefits, permanent partial disability as well as permanent total disability. We have successfully gotten our clients adequate medical treatment for a variety of injuries. We also have success in reopening old injury claims.

Injuries Covered by Workers’ Compensation

According to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, Colorado employers must provide workers’ compensation coverage for their employees. This insurance provides benefits for workers who are injured in on-the-job accidents or who develop occupational illnesses. With very few exceptions, any work-related injury is covered by workers’ compensation. A few examples of workers’ compensation-covered injuries include: overexertion injuries, injuries from falling objects, slip and fall injuries, vehicle injuries, machine entanglement injuries and repetitive motion injuries.
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