While sustaining an injury on the job can wreck physical and potentially emotional havoc on your well being, facing the uphill battle of dealing with the Colorado workers compensation system can make matters worse, as injured workers try to navigate a complicated, unforgiving system. Between having to compile a large amount of documents and bills from doctors to making sure that all necessary documentation is filed before specific deadlines, handling a workers compensation claim can be a logistical nightmare for those who are trying to focus on recovering from their injuries.
What can make matters even more overwhelming is that injured parties will be dealing with their employers and insurance providers, both of whom staff people who are highly familiar with the nuances of Colorado workers compensation law – and both of whom will likely be trying to save their companies’ profits at injured workers’ expense.
At the Law Office of Michael P. Dominick, our Loveland workers compensation attorneys know how difficult and stressful these matters can be, and we are dedicated to helping injured workers secure the compensation they deserve. While we are experienced at fighting corporate lawyers and insurance adjusters who may be trying to reduce the amount of legitimate claims, our attorneys are also skilled at dealing with the Colorado Division of Workers Compensation to ensure that our Clients receive their benefits in a timely manner.
Our Commitment to Serving Injured Workers
Regardless of whether you have sustained a neck, head or back injury or whether your injuries involve loss of a limb, exposure to toxic chemicals or burns, our Loveland workers compensation lawyers are here to aggressively defend your rights. Some of the various types of cases and workers compensation issues that we have experience in handling include (but are not limited to) those involving:
- Lump-sum payments
- Denials of workers compensation claims
- Case closures (We can help injured parties reopen their cases.)
- No-fault work injuries
- Fatalities that occur on the job
- Temporary disability claims
- Permanent disability claims
- Total disability claims
- Social security insurance claims
Our Loveland workers compensation attorneys strongly encourage injured parties to learn more about their rights and receive a free case evaluation by calling (303) 447-2644. We can be your advocates during such difficult times by fiercely defending your rights and helping you secure the maximum possible workers compensation benefits.