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What Happens When Your Employer Doesn’t Have Workers’ Comp

Workers’ compensation insurance exists so that if and when an employee is injured while on the job while performing their job duties, their medical expenses and lost wages are covered. Besides Texas, every state requires that employers of a certain size to carry workers’ compensation insurance. They can generally get third-party workers’ compensation insurance or set up a self-insured plan. …

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Workers’ Comp In Colorado: What You Need To Know

When you become ill or suffer an injury as a result or in the course of employment, you have recourse to help you get well, in the form of workers’ compensation. Workers’ compensation is a form of insurance that all employers must carry, which is in place to help those hurt at work to get medical care and recover from …

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Pueblo Workers’ Comp Lawyers Discuss 4 Common Workers’ Comp Mistakes

While most people know workers’ compensation should cover injuries sustained while on the job, sometimes people do not fully understand what workers’ compensation covers or what they need to do to make sure they enjoy the full benefits of it. If you have been injured on the job, we encourage you to avoid these four workers’ compensation mistakes. Not Reporting …