Corrections officers have a tough, dangerous job, but one that is greatly appreciated by the people of Colorado. Unfortunately, however, corrections officers are routinely injured while performing their duties. If you are a corrections officer who suffered an on-the-job injury, it is important to know that you could be entitled to benefits under the state’s workers’ compensation system.
At the Eley Law Firm, located in Denver, attorney Cliff Eley uses his more than 30 years of workers’ compensation experience to help injured workers like you obtain maximum compensation. We have experience representing police, paramedics and corrections officers. Our firm works diligently to protect our clients’ rights and secure the care they need.
Please schedule a free initial consultation today by contacting our injured officer law office online or by calling 303-785-2828.
Common Injuries Suffered By Corrections Officers
Since 1983 when our law firm opened, we have never represented an insurance company. The Eley Law Firm only represents workers. Learn about your rights today if you suffered an on-the-job injury resulting from:
Fights between inmates
Attacks from inmates
Heavy lifting or quick turns (these injuries do not always have symptoms that immediately manifest, and could take time to develop)
A slip and fall on employer property
A car accident
It is important to remember that any injury suffered at your place of employment or while engaging in duties associated with your job will qualify you for workers’ compensation benefits. We are here to answer any initial questions you might have. We will provide honest answers and candid advice on how we feel you should proceed.
Injuries To Corrections Officers · Free Consultation
Call the Eley Law Firm today at 303-785-2828 for a free case evaluation from an experienced workers’ compensation attorney. You may also fill out the email form on the Contact page, and a representative from the office will be in touch with you shortly. We look forward to hearing from you and helping with your workers’ comp case.