Worker Comp Benefits

Workers’ compensation benefits may be available to many types of workers, including those employed by theme parks. While there have been many reports of theme park employees becoming severely injured, even killed on the job, workers’ compensation claims may not be a priority for large corporations.

These benefits can include payment of medical bills, compensation while you’re unable to work, vocational rehabilitation, permanent partial disability benefits, or total disability benefits. Your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance is responsible for paying these benefits.

Under workers’ compensation, employees are not required to prove the reason that their injury occurred, as workers’ compensation is a no-fault system that compensates injured workers without regard to negligence or fault.

The Alvarado Law Center, LLC accepts cases from all four corners of the state of Co including all local metro area cities along the Front Range such as: Arvada, Aurora, Boulder, Broomfield, Castle Rock, Co Springs, Commerce City, Fort Collins, Northglenn, Parker, Pueblo, Thornton, and Westminster just to name a few.

Greeley, Lakewood, Longmont, Loveland

If you have suffered an injury in a job-site accident and are uncertain of your rights, seek out knowledgeable counsel. If you need to file a workers’ compensation claim and need someone you can trust to guide you through this process, the Alvarado Law Center, LLC is prepared to aggressively, diligently and swiftly work on your behalf.

Our main objective is to guide you through depositions in your case so that you can avoid making any detrimental mistakes and Attorney Abel Alvarado has considerable understanding of the nuances and the structure of workman’s compensation law in Colorado.

Some of these benefits can also include:

• Medical care
• Temporary or permanent disability benefits designed to at least partially replace lost wages
• Vocational rehabilitation
• Educational assistance
• Death benefits

Although your benefits may vary depending on what state or federal law applies, we represent all clients on a contingency fee basis, which means that unless we win a favorable result for you, you do not owe us any attorney fees.

You can contact us for more information about our legal services on (303) 867-6666. You can also visit us in 2121 S Oneida St, Ste 626, Denver, CO 80224, or E-mail us to