Blog Posts and Articles

Sep
27
2018
When you suffer a severe workplace injury, you will need immediate medical care. You may be hospitalized for some time. Or you may suffer a less serious injury but still require timely medical care
Sep
25
2018
Workplace accidents injure and claim lives every year
Sep
20
2018
Traditionally, an employer maintains workers’ compensation insurance to cover workers injured in the workplace or made sick by a work-related illness. For contractors who work for others, like in construction, the picture looks different.
Sep
18
2018
So, can you work and still receive SSDI? It depends. When you apply for SSDI, the SSA will review your bank accounts and income to determine how much you are currently earning through employment.
Sep
13
2018
If you become disabled, it can seem like an uphill battle to obtain the SSDI benefits to which you are entitled. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has a strict definition of the type of disability for which they pay, and you need enough time in the workforce to qualify.
Sep
12
2018
If you are hurt on the jobsite in Colorado, workers’ compensation pays benefits that include medical care, partial wage replacement, and disability benefits if you suffer permanent impairment.
Sep
07
2018
In recent years, Colorado has added new DUI laws and increased the penalties for driving while under the influence. Law enforcement is more vigilant than ever and determined to deter motorists from drinking and driving. These are a few of the reasons Colorado has a reputation for being tough on DUIs:
Sep
06
2018
After an injury in the workplace, it offers some peace of mind to know when payment from workers’ comp will begin. After you provide notice to your employer when you are injured, your employer then has 10 days to notify their workers compensation insurer about your injury. This is an important step because it initiates your insurance claim. If your employer does not file the claim, or refuses, you can file a claim directly with the Colorado Division of Worker’s Compensation.
Sep
06
2018
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is an important resource for disabled workers. Too often, applicants for SSDI make mistakes that can delay their claim or cause them to be denied altogether.
Aug
28
2018
The SSA uses a five-step process to determine if a worker meets the criteria to receive payments under SSDI. For some, approval is quick, and for others, the application process can stretch for well over a year.