Determining if an Injury is Work-Related
Is your injury work-related?
How can you prove it?
What can you do to improve your chances of a successful workers comp claim?
It can be a challenge, but it’s not impossible with the best worker’s compensation attorney on your side. Your odds increase when you have an attorney fighting for your rights in court. Our Colorado workers compensation attorney specializes in workers compensation benefits and take cases many other attorneys refuse.
Sometimes the accident and the resulting injuries are obvious: it’s clear the accident happened at work, and that the injuries were caused by the accident. However, in some cases, an employer or insurance adjuster may have doubts about how and where your injury happened.
For example, if someone is a semi driver and is injured on the road in the course of a delivery, they may qualify for workers’ comp. But if someone is commuting from their home to work, they likely will not qualify for worker’s compensation benefits. Even if you’re attending a conference and are injured while traveling from the hotel to a work meeting, you may not qualify for workers’ comp benefits. That can still be considered a normal commute.
Every case is different! Speak to an experienced worker’s compensation attorney today to learn your rights!
Appealing a decision can be intimidating.
When you represent yourself, you could be out-maneuvered by the insurance company handling your claim. Don’t let them try to diminish your case when you know you’re not responsible for the accident that led to your workplace injury.
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If you have questions about your workers' compensation rights, speak to our experienced Colorado workers’ compensation attorney today! We make sure you and your case get the attention you deserve!
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