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Navigating the workers’ compensation insurance system

On Behalf of | Mar 31, 2018 | Firm News, Workers' Compensation

With the extensive costs of medical care, and the possibility of a loss of income during recovery, suffering an injury at work can be a daunting experience. Fortunately, many of those who are injured while on the job may be eligible for relief through the workers’ compensation insurance system. However, the process of applying for benefits can be complex, and individuals in Colorado who wish to pursue financial aid may find it advisable to seek assistance from an experienced attorney.

When an injury occurs at the workplace, one of the first steps to take is to seek medical attention and keep a record of all treatments received. Providing documentation of treatment is a necessary part of the workers’ compensation application process. In addition, a worker must notify his or her employer of the incident within a certain period of time, and failing to do so could be detrimental.

If the employer doesn’t immediately offer an official claim form, the injured individual may request one, as this form is essential to applying for benefits. A person may find it advisable to ensure that all the necessary information is present on this form. After gathering and providing all documentation needed and filing a workers’ compensation claim, one may find it beneficial to keep track of his or her claim and provide any further information that may be required.

Suffering a serious injury at work can be devastating, and with numerous areas to cover, applying for relief through the workers’ compensation insurance system can be an intimidating experience. Fortunately, there are area attorneys who can provide a person with guidance in navigating the process. An attorney can help a client in Colorado gain a better understanding of the process and assist in pursuing the full amount of compensation available.

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