Colorado Workers’ Compensation Claims

Colorado workers’ compensation claims may be filed if an employee is injured in a workplace accident or if an employee develops an occupational disease because of exposure to hazardous or harmful conditions at the worker’s place of employment. All Colorado employers are required to have workers’ compensation insurance for both part-time and full-time employees, though not for independent contractors. Injured or ill workers should file their claims for workers’ compensation benefits with the Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation within a specific time frame.

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Colorado Workers’ Compensation Laws

Colorado workers’ compensation laws control the kinds of benefits available when a worker becomes injured or ill and cannot work, and the procedures through which these benefits are awarded in Colorado.

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