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Technology constantly changes as a result of innovation. As new technologies emerge, their applications spread across fields wider than people can imagine. Virtual reality, for example, is the inevitable destination of many video game consoles, allowing players to almost fully integrate into their fantasy worlds created by designers. Even Denver workers’ compensation lawyers wouldn’t have…

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There was a controversial case here in Colorado just recently. A judge ruled in favor of a widow whose husband died because of unfavorable working conditions. Jim Freemyer, an oil-field worker, died in 2014 after inhaling toxic chemicals in a low-oxygen atmosphere at the Gaddis oil tank site. What he did was most commonly known…

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Let’s say you have a workers’ compensation claim in Colorado and your Denver workers’ compensation attorney has worked with you to get you as much help as possible. You’ve gone through the process of healing and your workers’ compensation doctor has placed you at maximum medical improvement after the injury. Your Denver workers’ compensation lawyer…

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Most often than not, legitimate workers’ compensation claims are denied. However, this is not the end of the line. A competitive and highly knowledgeable Denver workers’ compensation attorney can help bring your case to the next stage of the fight. Reasons for Denial Insurance companies are usually mandated to deny claims for a variety of…

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In Colorado, disability laws allow for injured individuals with a scar or disfigurement to receive disability benefits depending on the extent of the disfigurement and where it is located. Watch as Denver disability lawyer Michael Kaplan explains how benefits are awarded to disfigured individuals in Colorado. Learn more about Colorado disability law, and the benefits…

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Your Top Questions About Colorado Social Security & Disability Answered How long will it take for a hearing to be held, a decision to be issued and for benefits to be paid? It varies a lot.  Lately, it has taken a year and half from the date a person requests a hearing to get a date. …

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