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Permanent Partial Disability Benefits – Making you Whole Again after an On-the-Job Injury

Denver workers' compensation attorney R. Mack Babcock helps you obtain needed benefits once medical treatment ends

There will come a day – or it's already passed – where your medical condition will stabilize, moving you into a new phase of your workers' compensation benefits in Colorado. Workers' comp laws in the state stipulate injured workers are to receive compensation for permanent impairment based on the severity of their injuries.

But just when you think your workers' comp insurer will be there for you, they decide to deny your claim – finding any way out they can. They may argue with the doctor's assessment or claim your injuries were the result of some other non-work related activity – you never know.

These type of stall tactics are all too familiar to Colorado workers' compensation attorney R. Mack Babcock

There's no skirting the issue – unless you have already received the maximum as determined by the impairment rating a doctor assigns your injuries, you are entitled for additional compensation in the form of permanent partial disability benefits.

While there are limitations to how much you can ultimately receive, these benefits provide an important lifeline to injured workers like yourself.

So if you're having trouble obtaining permanent partial disability or any other benefits, contact Colorado workers' compensation lawyer R. Mack Babcock at the Babcock Law Firm today for a free consultation.

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