Thursday, March 15, 2018

Parking Lot Workers’ Compensation Cases

Colorado workers compensation attorneysAre you required to park in a certain parking lot or parking structure?

Were you injured in your designated parking lot while at work?

Are you having a hard time paying your medical bills?

In the state of Colorado, the property owner has a responsibility to keep the sidewalk clear and free of obstacles, but the person who's walking also has some responsibility for their own safety. If you slip and fall in your designated parking lot, your employer is most often responsible.

You may have a third party claim as well. For example, if you get into a car accident in a designated parking lot with another driver and suffer a severe injury, you may have a third-party claim. You may be able to sue the driver of the vehicle, as well as retain worker’s compensation benefits for lost wages as a result of having to take time off work.

If you have evidence to help support your claims, you have a better shot at proving your case and ultimately receiving the best settlement for your injury. However, are you afraid that even with a mountain of evidence your insurance company will cheat you out of what’s rightfully yours? You may need to speak with an experienced attorney about your rights!

Let us help you today! Call (970) 945-2396 now to schedule your FREE initial consultation with our Colorado workers’ compensation attorneys. Enter your location at the bottom of this web page to receive step-by-step directions.

Thursday, March 1, 2018

What Kind of Benefits Do I Qualify For?

Hurt in an accident on the job?

Having a hard time making ends meet?
Colorado workers compensation attorneys

Are you wondering if you qualify for workers’ compensation benefits in Colorado?

According to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, “Employees who lose more than three shifts or three days of work as the result of an injury or illness may be eligible to receive a form of wage replacement called temporary disability. Temporary disability begins on the 4th day of work loss and must be paid every 2 weeks until terminated in accordance with state law.” There are two types of temporary disability and corresponding benefits: 

- Temporary Total Disability (TTD)
- Temporary Partial Disability (TPD)

If your health has been affected by your job, you’ve been hurt enough. Don’t let the fear of being fired leave you struggling to pay your medical bills that would otherwise be covered. Take some of the burden and worry away by contacting our Colorado workers’ compensation attorneys. With an expert by your side through the whole process, you can take your mind off the legal issues and focus on getting better. Call today and get the support you deserve!

Get Started Today: Contact an Experienced Colorado Workers’ Compensation Attorneys!

If you have questions about your workers' compensation rights, speak to our experienced Colorado workers’ compensation attorneys today! We make sure you and your case get the attention you deserve! (970) 945-2396