Can I File A Claim In Colorado After Moving?

If you have been injured in a work-related accident in Colorado, you may be entitled to temporary or permanent workers’ compensation benefits. While the process may seem straightforward for Colorado residents, seeking benefits may seem like a daunting prospect if you have since moved out of state.

At the Eley Law Firm in Denver, we have been helping injured workers recover benefits since 1983. If you have left Colorado since the time you were injured, you can rely on us to guide you through the Colorado workers’ compensation process and protect your right to receive benefits. Contact our law firm online to find out if you can file a workers’ compensation claim after moving. You may also call 303-785-2828 for a free case evaluation.

Learn About Your Legal And Medical Options From A Colorado Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

One of the key issues in handling workers’ compensation cases outside of Colorado is finding appropriate medical treatment for your injuries. We will work with you to find a doctor who will accept Colorado workers’ compensation.

In most cases, we will need you to come to Colorado to be seen by a doctor, as there are certifications specific to Colorado. For example, a doctor outside of Colorado will not be able to give a permanent disability rating other than a zero. We will work to get you the rating that best benefits you. If you do need to come to Colorado, the insurance company will usually be responsible for covering your expenses for flights, lodging and meals.

Contact A Knowledgeable Colorado Lawyer

If you have ever wondered, “Can I file a claim in Colorado after moving?” then it is important to discuss your options with an experienced lawyer. Call 303-785-2828 for a free consultation. You may also contact our Denver workers’ compensation attorneys online. We work on a contingency or percentage fee basis, meaning you will not owe us money unless we recover benefits for you.

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