Workers' Compensation

Employers must carry workers' compensation insurance in order to provide benefits for their employees if they are injured on the job. Most people believe that receiving workers' comp benefits is a relatively straightforward process after a workplace injury. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Insurance companies have a lot of power. They also have a lot of money, and they do not like to part with it.

We Know What To Expect From The Insurance Companies

At Alverson + O'Brien, we have firsthand knowledge of the variety of tactics that insurance companies use to deny and underpay legitimate workers' compensation claims. Prior to representing claimants, we defended insurance companies involved in workers' compensation cases. Now dedicated to helping injured people, we put this knowledge and experience to work for our clients daily.

We offer the following information for potential clients throughout Denver, CO, including Aurora, Lakewood, Thornton & Arvada who have suffered injuries at work:

Whether you were injured in a car accident while driving for work, you are a temporary worker, you hurt your neck or back, slipped and fell, were injured at a construction site or you suffered any other type of workplace injury, you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits, including medical and rehabilitation costs, and lost wages and compensation if your injuries cause permanent disability.

Representing Construction Workers, Nurses, White Collar Employees And Other Workers

At Alverson + O'Brien, we will be your advocates throughout the workers' compensation claim process. We regularly represent construction workers, health care workers, including nurses, white collar employees and workers in many other industries throughout the Denver area.

Don't Wait To Call A Lawyer

When an employee is injured at work, the employer and the insurance company are familiar with the process and the rules. The only person who doesn't know what's going on is the injured worker who also stands to lose the most during the process. Don't wait to call an experienced Denver workers' compensation attorney. If your claim gets denied, your options may be limited. There are strict deadlines and procedures that must be followed in order to obtain workers' compensation benefits.

You may need to attend several workers' compensation hearings. It is very important to have a lawyer at these hearings. More importantly, it is critical to hire an attorney with substantial courtroom experience. Our attorneys include a former prosecutor a former insurance defense attorney.

Additionally, if you are not satisfied with your doctor, you only have 90 days to request a new doctor or you will have to stay with your original doctor.

Contact Alverson + O'Brien in Denver Today

Let us help alleviate your burdens and avoid the many problems and setbacks that can arise in workers' compensation cases. Call 720-381-3152 or contact us online to arrange a free initial consultation. We are located in Denver, but we service Aurora, Lakewood, Thornton, Arvada, Westminster, Centennial, Commerce City, Littleton, Wheat Ridge, Englewood, Fort Collins, Loveland, Denver County, Arapahoe County and across the Front Range.