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Due to the COVID-19 shelter-in-place mandate by State of Colorado we are still open as we are an essential business. However, we're closing our offices to the public for the next 3 weeks or until further notice and handling business via phone, email and fax. During this time, you can still report a worker's compensation claim. Be assured that we're here for you and will assist you as soon as we can.
How does the process work?
What can I expect?
What if my benefits are denied?
Kaufman & Kaufman has you covered!
Until you report the injury and the claim form is returned to your employer, they're only under a limited obligation to provide benefits. A common mistake people make is waiting to report the injury until it becomes unbearable and they can no longer work.
You should hire an attorney when your case gets too complicated to handle on your own. For example, in any of these situations, you should contact a lawyer:
Colorado's workers' compensation laws protect injured employees or workers who acquire a work-related disease or illness. If the system unfairly denies you the benefits you believe you’re entitled to, contact a Colorado workers' compensation attorney to discuss your rights.
Anytime you have a question about your rights or what you’re entitled to, it’s best to ask a Colorado workers’ compensation attorney first. Even if you think you might be able to handle your case yourself, it's often a good idea to contact a workers' compensation attorney for a free consultation. The attorney can walk you through the process, alert you to potential pitfalls, and give an honest appraisal of whether you can handle the case on your own.
Contact us anytime, on weekends, or after hours! We'll return your call the next day. Please include a phone number or email address. We will keep your information strictly confidential.