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Maximizing workers’ compensation requires legal assistance

On Behalf of | Mar 14, 2019 | Workers' Compensation |

When Denver residents head to work, the last thing they expect is to be injured on the job and suddenly face the need to receive workers’ compensation benefits. Unfortunately, this happens every day across the nation. A workplace accident does not discriminate and can happen to anyone, regardless of what kind of work they do. This is as true for people in dangerous jobs like law enforcement, firefighters and construction workers as it is for those who are employed in jobs that are sedentary and are generally perceived as safe. After a work injury, legal advice is imperative to maximize workers’ compensation benefits.

There are many issues that arise after a work injury or a condition that arises because of the work a person was doing. Medical expenses will be a major consideration as the cost can be exorbitant. Lost wages are also a worry because not getting a paycheck makes it impossible to keep up with everyday costs. Workers’ compensation is designed to cover these issues. However, there are situations where there is a disagreement as to how injured the worker is and how long they should be off the job. In extreme cases, the employer will deny the worker was injured on the job at all and the case can explode into full-blown conflict. This situation makes it even more vital to have legal help.

Injuries can range from strains, pulls, tears and cuts. These can happen to all body parts, including the head, back, neck, shoulder, hip and anywhere else. People who work in physical jobs can suffer these injuries by falling or being hit with an object. However, accidents can happen without warning to a person who is working in an office. Or, someone who is constantly typing or using their hands could be confronted with carpal tunnel syndrome. Becoming ill from working with toxic substances is also an example of why workers’ compensation might be required.

When seeking workers’ compensation, there are two major factors to consider: if the injury happened on the job and if it occurred while the person was doing the job. Once these are determined, the case can move forward. To get workers’ compensation benefits, it is key to have legal advice. A law firm that specializes in workers’ compensation should be contacted as soon as possible to begin the process of getting benefits.



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