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Where do I find forms to file for workers compensation in Glenwood Springs?
All forms are available on the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment website.
If I wanted to refer to the Colorado workers compensation statutes, where could I find them?
You can download the full readable version of Colorado’s Workers Compensation Act here:
Colorado State Websites for Workers Compensation Information:
Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
Colorado Office of Administrative Courts
Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Division of Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation (DEEOIC)
Division of Coal Mine Workers; Compensation (DCMWC)
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If you’re still unsure about whether you qualify for workers compensation in Glenwood Springs, it’s always best to consult with an attorney first. No matter what the case, we’ll let you know whether or not an attorney is needed immediately or at all. Don’t waste your time with a law firm that isn’t giving you answers, and charges you just to ask questions. We won’t charge you anything to ask simple questions, so what are you waiting for? Call today at (970) 945-2396 to schedule your free initial consultation with our experienced Glenwood Springs workers compensation attorney!
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