After any work injury, you may be physically and emotionally devastated, and you will likely be focused on recovering from your recent trauma. What can compound the stress of your injuries, however, will be having to try to navigate through the complicated Colorado workers compensation system. Even in the unlikely event that you are familiar with the ever-changing rules and regulations associated with this system, you will be expected to compile various bills and paperwork and file documents within specific deadlines, which can be a logistical nightmare even for those in good health. Failing to comply with any facet of these rules can mean that you do not receive the full amount of your claim – or, even worse, that your claim is denied.
As a result, in the aftermath of a work injury, it will be essential that you work with a skilled Mead workers compensation attorney at the Law Office of Michael P. Dominick in order to ensure that your rights are protected. Specifically, we can help injured workers secure the workers compensation benefits they deserve so that they can pay for their medical bills and be compensated for their lost wages. While our workers compensation lawyers will stand up to corporate lawyers and insurance adjusters who are trying to minimize payouts to save their own bottom line, we will also work relentlessly to ensure that all benefit payments are made in a timely manner so injured parties can focus on their recovery.
Our Mission is to Help Injured Workers
Whether you work in office environment or you have a more hands-on job, such as in the construction industry, our Mead workers compensation attorneys can help you secure the maximum possible benefits for your injuries and losses. For decades, we have been successfully helping injured parties obtain temporary, permanent and total disability claims in cases that have involved any of the following on-the-job injuries:
- Ankle and wrist injuries
- Car accident-related injuries
- Electrocutions and fire-related injuries
- Exposure to toxic chemicals
- Injuries related to falls
- Loss of limbs and amputations
- Neck, back and knee injuries
- Psychological injuries
- Repetitive stress injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome
- Traumatic brain injuries and other head injuries
We can even help families collect compensation for loved ones who have died on the job, and we can help initiate social security disability insurance claims. Our Mead 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.