Workplace Injuries

Workplace injuries happen every day, in every type of work setting. Whether you work in a factory, an office or you drive for a living, if you are suffering from an injury that occurred while you were on the job, you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits. At Alverson + O'Brien, we are prepared to help you pursue these benefits and help ensure that you and your family receive the support you need during this difficult time.

Often, injured workers come to our firm after their requests for workers' compensation coverage for medical treatments or medications have been denied. Others have suddenly stopped receiving their workers' comp checks. If you have experienced any of these situations, the time to contact our knowledgeable lawyers is right now.

Compensation For Your Work Accident Injury

Our attorneys have experience representing employees who have been injured due to:

Negligence is not a factor in workplace injuries. If the injury occurred while you were at work, you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Contact us if you suffered any injury, including:

  • Neck or back injury, including spinal cord injury
  • Head injury, including traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Shoulder injury, knee injury, hip injury or other joint injury
  • Bilateral hand injury
  • Psychological disorder
  • Neurological disease
  • Repetitive motion injury

You may be required to attend several workers' compensation hearings in order to prove that your accident was work-related, or to resolve any disputes over your ability to work, your wages or other elements of your workers' comp claim. Our attorneys have extensive experience representing injured workers in these hearings.

Contact Alverson + O'Brien

It's important to have legal representation to make sure that your rights are protected and that you are doing everything possible to increase your likelihood of receiving benefits. To speak with our Denver workplace injury attorneys, call 720-381-3152 or send us an email to arrange a consultation.