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You’ve been injured on the job. Five things you should tell your attorney you’ve hired to help you with your on-the-job injury. You’ve contacted an attorney and have procured their services to help navigate through the process of obtaining worker’s compensation benefits. Transparent communication between client and attorney is absolutely critical during the lifecycle of…

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What Happens if You Get Injured During a Coffee Break

How does Colorado law handle injuries that happen during an employee’s coffee break? Since you’re not actively working at the time is your injury still covered under workers compensation? The answer is YES because mandated breaks are required by law and therefore getting injured while on your break would be covered by workers comp. Here…

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To help our clients avoid problems rather than try to repair any damage later on down the road, Margaret, a former adjuster, shares the issues that are “red flags” from an adjuster’s point of view. Red Flags Adjusters Look for in Workers Comp Claims Late Reporting – When does the injured worker claim the incident…

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