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COVID-19 Message

We are still open! However, our offices are still closed to the public 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.

Are you Worried About Losing Your Job if You Report Your Claim?

Work Injury Lawyer Near Me

We understand what you’re going through. The uncertainty can put strain on you and your family. When you file for worker’s compensation in Colorado, your employer cannot fire you because you file a claim.

An employer could retaliate; however, employers are well aware that you could then file a lawsuit for discrimination or retaliatory termination. If you suspect that you have been fired because you filed a worker’s compensation claim, gather evidence to prove your suspicion is true.

Do you have work restrictions? What if you can’t perform your normal job function?

If you have fully recovered from your injury, but your doctor has imposed limitations as to what is safe on-the-job, then you must discuss these restrictions with your employer. Your employer must make reasonable efforts to accommodate your work restrictions so you can perform your work duties. 

What if you can’t return to work? What happens then?

If you’re unable to perform your regular work function, you could be eligible for additional worker’s compensation benefits in Colorado. Insurers may provide disability benefits for a workers’ compensation settlement if you have some type of permanent disability. Attorneys at our firm will fight for your right to claim your settlement – over a period of time, or in a lump-sum payment.

Should I hire a work injury lawyer near me?

For more than five decades, our law firm has been helping injured workers like you fight for the benefits you deserve. We know it may seem like the insurance company has the upper hand, and it’s easy to be misled by big companies. That’s where we come in!

We can help with workers’ compensation claims when:

  • Your employer denies your claim or you fail to receive your benefits promptly.
  • Your medical issues prevent you from returning to your prior job, or working at all.
  • Your employer’s settlement offer doesn’t cover all your lost wages or medical bills.
  • You receive social security disability benefits.
  • Your boss retaliates against you for filing a claim.
  • You have a potential third-party claim.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by how complicated it can be to handle a case on your own, you should contact an experienced work injury lawyer near you.

Hurt at work? Need money?

Get help now!

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.

"Kaufman and Kaufman was extremely professional in my case. They set appointments as often as I requested which was often weekly or more. They handled all the problems that came up and ended up settling my case for more than I expected. I was very happy with the result."

"My experience working with Kaufman & Kaufman was excellent to say the least. The resources they provided me with was easy to understand and they were very helpful in walking me though the process. Their attention to detail was very professional, and we would recommend them to anyone."