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  • Busch Law Offices Secure Medical Treatment for CRPS Migration Patient
    Busch Law Offices Secure Medical Treatment for CRPS Migration Patient

    A claimant suffered a serious injury to his right arm, which eventually developed complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). As the name implies, CRPS is not fully understood by medical and scientific ...

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  • Attorney Brett Busch to Lead CLE Workers' Comp Event
    Attorney Brett Busch to Lead CLE Workers' Comp Event

    Busch Law Offices is thrilled to announce that Attorney Brett Busch will be speaking at a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) event hosted by the Larimer County Bar Association. The event, called the ...

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  • What Does the Workers' Compensation Process Look Like in Colorado?
    What Does the Workers' Compensation Process Look Like in Colorado?

    Being injured at work is a stressful and scary experience. Our firm guides clients through the workers’ compensation process from start to finish, and we have more than 30 years of combined legal ...

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  • Loveland & Boulder Workers' Comp Lawyers Helping Injured Workers
    Loveland & Boulder Workers' Comp Lawyers Helping Injured Workers

    From a construction worker building a skyscraper to a pizza courier driver making a delivery to a physician helping others in an emergency room, everyone faces a certain amount of danger when going to ...

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  • Preparing For Your Workers' Comp IME
    Preparing For Your Workers' Comp IME

    If you've filed a workers' compensation claim , there is a possibility that you'll be asked to undergo an independent medical exam (IME). Typically, these exams are requested when there are ...

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  • ProPublica Profiles the
    ProPublica Profiles the "Workers' Comp Industrial Complex"

    A startling piece from ProPublica shines a light on the little-known industry of workers' comp "cost containment" companies. This booming "workers' comp industrial complex" (as some have called it) ...

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