Workers’ Compensation

Protecting Vision in the Digital Age: Workplace Eye Safety Tips (Pt. 1)
February 26, 2015

Protecting your eyes at work may not be your primary concern. However, in the digital age when people are looking at screens (computers, tablets, etc.) for a substantial part of their days, workplace eye safety is an important issue. In…
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FAQs about Colorado Workers’ Comp Death Benefits (Pt. 3)
February 23, 2015

Concluding our blog series FAQs about Colorado Workers’ Comp Death Benefits, here, we will answer some final frequently asked questions about Colorado death benefits for people whose loved ones have passed away as a result of fatal workplace accidents or…
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FAQs about Colorado Workers’ Comp Death Benefits (Pt. 2)
February 19, 2015

Resuming FAQs about Colorado Workers’ Comp Death Benefits (Pt. 1), here, we will answer some more frequently asked questions about these benefits. Colorado Workers’ Comp Death Benefits: More Important Info Q: How much can people receive when they’re approved for…
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FAQs about Colorado Workers’ Comp Death Benefits (Pt. 1)
February 15, 2015

When a loved one dies in a fatal workplace accident, the impacts can be devastating to a family. Not only will that family have to deal with the profound emotional impacts of losing a loved one, but family members may…
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Sleep Deprivation and Work Injuries: The Link Revealed in a Recent Study
February 10, 2015

While sleeping problems may seem like a personal issue, they can become a far greater concern when they impact workers, their productivity and their ability to perform their jobs safely. A recent study entitled, “Waking Up To the Sleep Problem…
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Construction Accidents and Injuries: The Facts and Impacts (Pt. 2)
February 5, 2015

Picking up from where Construction Accidents and Injuries: The Facts and Impacts (Pt. 1) left off, here, we will continue discussing some important facts, statistics and information related to construction accidents in the U.S. Construction Accidents: The On-Site Risks Taking…
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Construction Accidents and Injuries: The Facts and Impacts (Pt. 1)
January 31, 2015

The construction industry is notoriously dangerous, and taking a closer look at the statistics related to construction accidents and injuries can clearly demonstrate why this is the case. In this two-part blog series, we will present some facts and statistics…
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Important Colorado Workers’ Comp Deadlines: An Overview
January 26, 2015

After getting hurt at work, seeking immediate medical attention may be of the utmost concern. However, if you will be pursuing a Colorado workers’ compensation claim, then being aware of some important deadlines that you need to meet will also…
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A Look at the Top 7 Work Injuries in the U.S. (Pt. 2)
January 22, 2015

Continuing from A Look at the Top 7 Work Injuries in the U.S. (Pt. 1), here, we will continue to reveal the costs associated with the most common work injuries reported in the U.S. in 2012 (the most recent year…
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A Look at the Top 7 Work Injuries in the U.S. (Pt. 1)
January 18, 2015

The most common work injuries that affected American workers in 2012 ended up costing U.S. businesses about $1 billion in workers’ compensation costs every week, according to the recently released data from the 2014 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index. What…
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