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Loveland Workers' Comp Attorney

Any employee or worker who is injured on the job is entitled to medical care and other benefits under Colorado's workers' compensation insurance.  Workers' comp is a "no-fault" insurance plan, which means that your medical expenses are covered for your injuries no matter who may have been at fault.  If you or a loved one has been injured in a workplace accident or while performing their job duties, you should speak to a Loveland workers' comp lawyer at Busch Law Offices.

We offer a free, no-obligation consultation to answer your questions and discuss your accident and injuries.  We can explain and help you file your claim properly to ensure that you receive the compensation you need to recover from your injuries and return to work.  For over 30 years we have been helping our clients get the benefits they need and our attorneys have the experience and knowledge necessary to handle any types of problems you may encounter.  Because workers' comp is an insurance company it can sometimes be difficult to get your claim processed quickly without encountering delays, penalties or even have it denied altogether.

Workers' Comp Lawyer in Loveland

Under workers' compensation your medical benefits include all of the following:

  • Full coverage of any medical care that is shown to be reasonable and necessary for your work related injuries.
  • Compensation for any lost wages suffered while you are unable to work.
  • Partial or full disability payments if your injuries make you unable to work at your former capacity.
  • Full coverage of any necessary medication or medical equipment
  • Reimbursement for travel to and from the doctor 

Workers' comp requires that you see an approved doctor for full coverage.  If you are dissatisfied with your care or decided to use another physician for your care you be responsible for those expenses.  Inadequate care or dissatisfaction with the available medical resources is a common complaint we can help you deal with.  The workers' comp insurance adjusters are paid to keep costs low and will try to reduce settlement costs whenever possible.  Having an experienced and skilled lawyer to represent your interests and deal with the insurance company for you can often make a big difference in your settlement.

Contact a Loveland Workers' Comp Attorney for help in getting all the benefits you deserve.