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Loveland Workers' Comp Lawyer

When someone is injured on the job or suffers from an illness or disability resulting from their work duties they are entitled to receive their medical care and/or disability through the workers' compensation insurance provided by their employer. Because it is a "no-fault" insurance plan, the employee does not need to file a suit and their medical bills are simply paid until they are able to return to work. It is possible that your claim could be "questioned", delayed or even denied by the insurance company's claims adjuster because of some minor omission in your filing or some other reason. If you have been injured or disabled on the job you should consult with an experienced Loveland workers comp attorney at Busch Law Offices to find out how we can help you get the coverage you deserve.

Matt and Brett Busch are a father-son law firm who are both committed to personal service and to protecting the rights of each of their clients. Our offices have been serving the citizens of Larimer County for over 30 years by helping them solve any difficulties encountered when filing for their workers' comp benefits or receiving the settlement they need. Insurance companies are still motivated by profit and even though workers' comp is a state mandated program, they will and do look for any reason to pay out as little as possible in claims. We can help you because we understand how insurance companies work and know what needs to be done to get your claim approved.

Workers' Compensation Attorney in Loveland

Even if you have already filed your claim and are already receiving medical treatment, it is possible your claim will be modified, delayed or even denied, leaving you with the medical bills and no reimbursement for your lost time at work. If your claims adjuster offers you a reduced settlement or if your doctors decide you need additional care beyond your initial treatment you should contact us for help. To protect your rights and have an experienced and skilled attorney on your side, call us for a free, no-obligation case evaluation before you file or if you are having any difficulties with your claim.

Contact a Loveland Workers' Comp Lawyer to learn how we can help get you the settlement you deserve.