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Part II: Colorado study examines worker wellness program

As our regular readers undoubtedly remember, our last post took a look at a Colorado-based study on how wellness programs might benefit both workers and employers. Past research has shown that in large companies, improved worker wellness can reduce workplace injuries and workers' compensation costs.

Part I: Colorado study examines worker wellness program

A recently published Colorado-based study looks at the degree to which small businesses in our state have embraced a worksite wellness program and how the program might benefit both employers and workers. The program was provided to them at no cost by workers’ compensation insurer Pinnacol.

House setting stage for battle over SSDI

On the first day of the new Congress, the House of Representatives enacted the type of rules change that often flies under the radar in the nation’s capital. While the obscure procedural change didn’t grab headlines, its passage signaled a looming fight over Social Security Disability funding.

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As our readers know, people who want to excel must first be focused. Because our Denver law firm is focused exclusively on two areas of law – Colorado workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability – we excel in serving our clients and fighting to help them receive the deserved benefits they have earned and that they need.

The aftermath of an on-the-job car accident

Some of our readers might remember a time when advice columns were a staple of daily newspapers. Dear Abby, Ask Landers and others dispensed advice to the lovelorn, neighbors annoyed with the person next door and co-workers fed up with someone at the office.

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