Friday, January 15, 2016

Who Actually Pays for Worker’s Compensation?

Are you wondering who’s paying your workers compensation?

Are you worried your earnings are being deducted to cover your workers compensation benefits?

In the State of Colorado, businesses are required to purchase workers compensation insurance if they have one or more employees. However, if you feel like you’re being misled, consult with a Vail workers compensation attorney today to ensure that your rights are protected. 

According to Colorado’s Workers’ Compensation Act, “Workers’ compensation insurance coverage is paid by the employer. Employers purchase insurance coverage through a commercial insurance carrier or, if qualified, through self-insurance programs. No portion of the premium may be deducted from an employee’s wages.” So, don’t worry!

We’ve been representing injured workers on the Western Slope of Colorado for over 50 years, longer than any other Vail workers compensation attorney in the area. We’ll ensure your rights are protected and make sure you’re not being deprived out of what’s rightfully yours.

Aggressively pursuing all the benefits you deserve while also dealing with an illness or injury can be exhausting, which is why the services of workers’ compensation lawyers like Kaufman & Kaufman are so valuable. You won’t find anyone else as experienced with Vail workers’ compensation- we can help you get each and every dollar you deserve, and we’ll keep you in the loop as we do.

To learn more about the benefits you’re entitled to and how you can make sure you get them, fill out the information form on our site or call us at (970) 945-2396. You can schedule a free confidential meeting to talk with an experienced Vail workers’ compensation attorney and plan your strategy. No fees unless you win!

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