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Heuser & Heuser Client Testimonial: John

John hurt his shoulder in a Colorado Springs work accident. He called Heuser & Heuser and we got him all the money he needed to cover his medical bills… and then some. John: “My work accident happened right here in Colorado Springs. I got a SLAP tear in my left shoulder. I called Heuser & Heuser, and I’m telling you, …

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Workers at Risk for Repetitive Use Injuries

Colorado Springs’ workers face a variety of dangers throughout their work day. Previously, we discussed how working in the logging industry was considered the most dangerous job in Colorado, but you don’t have to be sawing through massive trees to end up hurt in a Colorado Springs work accident. Those that work on assembly lines, in offices, in construction, or …

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Workers at Risk for Repetitive Use Injuries

Colorado Springs’ workers face a variety of dangers throughout their work day. Previously, we discussed how working in the logging industry was considered the most dangerous job in Colorado, but you don’t have to be sawing through massive trees to end up hurt in a Colorado Springs work accident. Those that work on assembly lines, in offices, in construction, or …

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Colorado Springs Work Safety Tips

Who has the most dangerous job in America? According to a list compiled by Business Insider, it may be a construction worker, a coal miner or even a roofer. But did you know you’re at risk for workplace injuries no matter where your job is? The U.S. Bureau of Labor reported that approximately 3.5 out of every 100 full-time workers …

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State Employees Still Affected by Colorado Workers’ Compensation Insurer’s Decision to Bail

42,000 employees were affected when a state-owned workers’ compensation insurer withdrew as the administrator of state employees’ claims in August.  The insurer chose to terminate its services to the state following disagreements with government officials over lavish vacations, compensation, and “golden parachutes”– exorbitant severance packages– for top executives.   The company spokeswoman said, however, that the withdrawal had nothing to …

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State Employees Still Affected by Colorado Workers’ Compensation Insurer’s Decision to Bail

42,000 employees were affected when a state-owned workers’ compensation insurer withdrew as the administrator of state employees’ claims in August.  The insurer chose to terminate its services to the state following disagreements with government officials over lavish vacations, compensation, and “golden parachutes”– exorbitant severance packages– for top executives.   The company spokeswoman said, however, that the withdrawal had nothing to …