You're Entitled to Workmans Comp Settlements in Glenwood Springs!
Have you recently been injured on the job?
Are you suffering from an illness developed from your job?
Are you unsure about your rights when filing for workers’ compensation? Don’t let the stress of trying to navigate a complicated case get you down!
When you hire experienced lawyers at Kaufman & Kaufman, LLC. to represent you, you’ll be getting the quality representation and compassion you deserve. When you’re injured, the last thing you want to worry about is if your family will be taken care of while you’re not working.
Do you have a case for workers’ compensation settlement in Glenwood Springs or the Western Slope? You deserve full compensation for your work-related injury or illness, and our expert attorneys will give your case the care and compassion it deserves.
Do you qualify for workers’ compensation?
Contact us today to see if your workplace qualifies, as there may be certain restrictions. Our worker’s compensation attorneys will fight to get you the money you’re owed.
What Kinds of Workers’ Compensation Benefits Are You Entitled to?
There are a variety of benefits and settlements for injured or ill workers that include but are not limited to:
Medical benefits: The insurer will cover the costs for most medical treatments while you’re recovering from an on-the-job injury or illness.
Lost wages: The insurer may make up a portion of your lost wages. Generally two thirds of your average weekly wage tax-free.
Permanent Disability- If the doctor says there’s a personal deficit you may be eligible for permanent disability.
Additionally, insurers may provide additional benefits for a workers’ compensation settlement in Glenwood Springs if you are unable to return to your previous job. Attorneys at our firm will fight for your right to claim your settlement over a period of time, or in a lump-sum payment.
When Will a Decision Be Made on Your Claim?
Within 20 days of receiving the first report of injury (or, the date it should have been received), the insurance company must issue a decision about whether or not to provide benefits coverage to you.
If the insurance company finds you eligible for benefits, it will begin paying for your medical expenses and payments for time lost from work. You will receive a letter from the insurance company titled "Admission of Liability."
Contact an Experienced Glenwood Springs Workers’ Compensation Attorney Today to Help Receive Your Workman’s Comp Settlement
Don’t let the stress of missing work due to an injury or illness keep you from getting your compensation! Let our Glenwood Springs workers’ compensation attorney do the hard work and fight for you. Almost no case is too small for our team. If you think you are owed compensation, call us today for a free consultation at (970) 945-2396.