People injured at work obtain workers' compensation benefits by filing a claim against their employer's private insurance company. The state of Colorado does not provide direct benefits, but instead provides information, settles disputes and ensures the proper handling of claims.
To speak with an attorney who has more than 20 years of workers' compensation experience, e-mail or call the Picardi Law Firm in Parker today at 303-778-8881 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Work-related injuries can happen to just about anyone — but the more dangerous the job, the more likely you will be severely, even fatally, injured. Picardi Law Firm represents people suffering from any type of work-related injury, including:
Insurance companies hire their own attorneys to limit the amount of money they pay to injured workers. Your own experienced workers' compensation attorney, such as Steven J. Picardi, to help you navigate the obstacles you face when seeking benefits.
After an on-the-job accident, you must understand the important procedures that you must follow in order for your claim to be successful. If you fail to follow to these strict requirements, your claim may be denied.
If you are injured at work, you must notify your employer in writing within four working days.
The amount of benefits you receive will depend upon the severity of your work-related injuries, your income and the amount of work you must miss from work. Available benefits include:
If you have been hurt while working, you should consult an experienced workers' compensation attorney at the Picardi Law Firm to learn more about your options.
For more information about collecting workers' compensation benefits for neck and spinal cord injury, contact us at the Picardi Law Firm for a free consultation.
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