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I was in a accident and now trying to collect but my health plan is covered by ERISA. This seems like we are finding this out now when trying to settle. I'm not understanding why this wasn't known or found out before filing a claim. I would thin...
It would make sense for the attorney to contact the health insurance carrier at the beginning but sometimes it is really hard to get a copy of the plan from the carrier. Don't know what happened in your claim but it is something that needs to be resolved before you can finally resolved your case.See question
My workers comp lawyer withdrew counsel after receiving his share of my lump sum settlement. He did so without warning or explanation. I was supposed to get one years maintenance including injections, ( this is after my DIME), but without represen...
As Attorney Connell said give your former attorney a call.See question
Utility worker, was on farm doing elrctric meter work. Guy shows up and thinks I was there sleeping/raping girlfriend and shot me 5 times point blank. Guy had 2 felony warrants. He had a small camper on property so he was living there. Can I sue ...
I am guessing you are the utility worker. If that is the case you certainly have a workers' compensation case. In addition you might have a claim against the property owner but that might be really difficult to establish. Most claims like this fall under the Colorado Premises Liability Act. There are several elements you have to prove in order to establish a claim against the Landowner.See question
I am the employee. This is not a workers comp claim. I work at a 100% commissioned sales job where we are on our feet most of the day. I was recently diagnosed with a bulging disk that pinched a nerve. I have been out of work about a week. I r...
This appears to be an employment related issued. This falls under employment law and discrimination law.See question
I have three compressed disks in my lower back area.
Not sure what you are asking. If you feel you suffered these injuries at past employment then you need to file a workers' compensation claim against the employer at the time. But there are limits to this. Would be best if you clarified your question.See question
Injured my shoulder at work had an mri. The specialest I seen told me different stuff then they put on the paper work. Have never had the mri expland to me at all. It has been 6 months and not a lot has changed.
Getting a second opinion is not the hard part. You can always set you own medical examination with any doctor. Getting a second opinion through your workers' compensation case is a different matter. Depending on where you are in the claim there are different options available to obtain a second opinion. As you did not provide sufficient details I cannot tell you the best way to go about getting a second opinion.See question
hurt at job. just got out of surgery. looking for lawyer that will take my case.
You should hire the lawyer you feel most comfortable with.See question
I got blood poisoning, was operated on and returned to work under doctors orders not to walk. Was forced to walk by supervisor resulting in permanent nerve damage to my feet. Was not allowed to return to work and then fired for abandonment of posi...
There are plenty of Avvo attorneys that handle workers' compensation in Aurora. Do an Avvo search and something should show up.See question
Husband has a worker's compensation claim in progress. Contacted a Denver attorney who sent letters, etc. to the Employer; however, later discovered (even though they were told) the employer is in Utah. Now that the Employer knows an attorney was ...
You need to discuss this with your attorney. I agree with an earlier post this might just be a Colorado claim even though the employer is elsewhere.See question