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….


What If My Employer Doesn’t Have Workers’ Compensation Insurance?

For many employees, workers’ compensation acts as a safety net, providing much-needed relief in the event of unexpected workplace injuries. While the workers’ comp system is designed to protect workers, there are instances where employers neglect or fail to provide this essential coverage. The repercussions of this neglect can be significant, not just for the…


How Do I File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Denver?

Navigating the aftermath of a workplace injury can be both emotionally and physically taxing. In these situations, understanding how to file a workers’ compensation claim is crucial. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help clarify the process and support your journey to financial and physical recovery. Step #1: Seek Medical Attention First and foremost, prioritize your…


Can I Quit My Job During a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

When you suffer an injury on the job in Colorado, you may be eligible for benefits through a workers’ compensation claim. Navigating the complexities of workers’ compensation can be daunting, especially when faced with the added decision of whether or not to stay in your current job. If you are thinking about quitting your job…


What Happens If My Workers’ Compensation Claim Is Denied?

When you’ve been injured on the job in Colorado, you naturally expect that the workers’ compensation system will support you, providing benefits for medical expenses and loss of income. Sometimes, what should be a straightforward process becomes much more complicated when a claim is denied. If your workers’ comp claim has been denied, it’s important…


Can My Employer See My Mental Health Records?

Navigating the workplace often involves balancing personal and professional boundaries, especially when it comes to sensitive issues like mental health. A question that commonly arises is whether or not an employer has the right to access an employee’s mental health records. In most cases, the answer is no: your mental health records are considered private…

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