Choosing the Right Eye Protection for Construction Workers

Construction is one of the most high-risk industries for workplace injuries. With workers constantly operating around heavy machinery, exposed electrical systems, and heightened work surfaces, the risk of accidents is significant. That is why construction workers must wear proper protective equipment, like safety glasses. Choosing the right eye protection for construction workers is more than…


How Common Are Work-Related Traumatic Brain Injuries?

Injuries sustained in the workplace can dramatically alter a person’s life, especially when they involve the brain. Work-related traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can be very serious due to their complex nature and the long-term effects they can have on an individual’s health, quality of life, and ability to work. If you suffer a TBI at…


Common Injuries Among Healthcare Workers

Healthcare workers dedicate their lives to caring for others, often putting their own well-being at risk. In the process of providing medical care, they are vulnerable to a range of occupational injuries and illnesses, which can have long-lasting effects. If you are injured as a healthcare provider, you have the right to file a workers’…


Understanding Employer Responsibility for Burn Injuries at Work

Imagine being at work when, without warning, an accident occurs and you suffer a burn injury. This moment can be not only physically painful but also mentally and emotionally jarring, raising concerns about your health, job security, and financial stability. Burn injuries at work are more common than many might think, affecting employees across various…


Common Construction Worker Injuries

Construction sites are integral to the growth and development of our communities. However, for the hardworking employees who are on these sites, the risk of injury is an ever-present reality. Certain types of injuries are more common among construction workers than others. If you are injured in a Colorado construction accident, you have the right…


2024 Colorado Workers’ Compensation Regulations

January 1, 2024, marked a significant shift in Colorado’s employment landscape, with the introduction of new employment laws, regulations, and programs. Among these changes are revisions to the state’s workers’ compensation rules, affecting dispute resolution and medical fee schedules. Here’s what you need to know about these changes and how they may affect your claim….

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