Loveland Workers' Comp Attorney
Workers' Compensation Claims
The workers' compensation laws were designed to provide no-fault medical and disability insurance coverage for Colorado employees and workers. Workers comp benefits include paying for all your medical bills, reimbursement for lost time at work and temporary or permanent disability coverage. In an ideal world, all of these benefits would be provided swiftly and an injured worker could recover and return to work without worrying about paying their bills or being denied coverage. Unfortunately, workers comp is still an insurance company who are continually changing their rules in an attempt to limit or deny coverage in order to improve their profits by paying as little as possible in claims. If you are injured on the job or have been denied coverage by workers' compensation you should speak to a Loveland workers' comp lawyer at Busch Law Offices.
We are a family owned business and we are dedicated to serving our community by helping people who work for a living get the benefits they are entitled to receive under the law. We have been practicing law in Larimer County for over 30 years representing people who have been injured or disabled while on the job and have not been treated fairly. When you are injured at work you will probably be told to submit your claim form and everything will be taken care of. Because you have the right to consult a lawyer it will be in your best interests to call our offices and receive a free case evaluation to review your
workers' comp claim.
Our firm can assist you in determining why you need a lawyer and in resolving all manner of workers' comp issues, including:
permanent partial disability,
permanent total disability,
workers comp accidents,
workers comp denials,
workers comp appeals,
rights of injured workers,
filing for workers comp,
advantages of workers comp,
types of benefits available,
workers comp settlements,
state workers comp claims,
workers comp & fraud,
fatal work accidents & injuries,
Social Security Disability Insurance,
Social Security Disability FAQ,
Social Security Disability process,
Medicare / Medicaid,
Supplemental Security Income,
widow/widowers disability benefits, and
Workers' Comp Lawyer in Loveland
When you do submit your claim, the workers comp insurance firm will have your claim reviewed by their claims adjusters as well as their lawyers and if you fail to do everything correctly or miss a filing date you could find your claim being delayed, contested or denied. If you experience any problems with your claim you will be in a much better position with a skilled workers comp lawyer by your side. If you visit our offices first, we can assist you in filing all the necessary paperwork in a timely fashion while you concentrate on your treatment and recovery. Protect your rights and call us today.
Contact a Loveland Workers' Comp Attorney
for more information and help if you or a loved one has been injured or disabled in a work related accident.