Representation For Injured Workers

Workers' compensation laws generally cover most employee injuries sustained at work. Unfortunately, some employers and insurance companies do not follow regulatory guidelines while employees are injured and overwhelmed with fees. If you have sustained a serious injury at work and have not been able to get your claims covered, we can help.

At Crane & Tejada, P.C., our offices in Denver and Durango focus on helping clients understand their legal rights in a workers' compensation claim. We have represented hundreds of Colorado employees against employers. Our attorneys have been able to help workers with their claims, while recognizing that no one wants to be injured and unable to work.

Help With Denied Claims

Our law firm can help determine if workers' compensation laws apply to your situation and to what extent your employer may owe you coverage. We will guide you through the stages of a workers' compensation claim and attend hearings required to reopen a claim. If you were injured while on the job by another, not only is your employer responsible under the workers' compensation laws, but also maybe the third-party who injured you. We know the overlap between workers compensation and personal injury lawsuits, and offer a unique ability to handle both cases at the same time.

Here are a few types of injuries which may entitle you to compensation:

  • Fatal injuries caused by working conditions.

  • Injuries that aggravate pre-existing conditions such as a back injury or heart condition.

  • Diseases caused by exposure to dangerous chemicals or toxins during normal work situations.

  • Work-related psychological and physical stress caused by hazards associated with the job.

Lawyers Who Pursue Insurance Companies

Employer insurance companies are required by law to pay for employee injuries sustained while working. We are aggressive advocates for our clients and will attempt to get insurance companies to pay their fair share.

Get The Help You Need For Your Work Claim

Workers' compensation can seem complex and overwhelming, but we can help you. Call or e-mail us today. 

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