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Arm yourself with free, in-depth information about workers' compensation, personal injury and insurance disputes in Colorado

When you or a loved one suffer a personal injury or on-the-job injury, it's normal to have questions about your legal rights and what to expect. After all, working with an accident attorney, workers' compensation lawyer or insurance dispute litigator is not an everyday occurrence for most people in Colorado. Personal injury law and procedures can be difficult to understand, and the opposing parties often have far greater resources, including corporate and insurance attorneys.

Rest assured that The Babcock Law Firm has extensive experience in these matters, and we’re deeply committed to helping educate our clients and all accident victims across the state. To assist you even before speaking with one of our experienced Colorado lawyers during your free consultation, we invite you to browse through our comprehensive Knowledge Center below. New articles and other free resources are added regularly. Begin your research here and contact us to discuss your case further.


Workplace Accidents by Company

Workplace Accidents by Occupation

Obtaining Treatment & Benefits

When You're Injured

Work Injury Prevention, General Information

Types of Workplace Injuries


Download our new (PDF) Colorado Car Accident Guide for a comprehensive overview, and print out the handy car accident checklist that includes critical steps you need to try and take after an accident occurs.











Learn more about work injury benefits and an overview of the process for obtaining those benefits. See what you can do to ensure your full medical and wage loss benefits are paid in the event of a work injury. Realistically gauge expectations and fully understand rights and responsibilities for both you and your employer. (PDF) Download Babcock Law's comprehensive Colorado workers' compensation guide in pdf format today for a one-stop resource specially designed for injured workers and families.

Colorado Legal Resources

Questions about the Colorado legal system? Need information on Colorado's statutes? Below you'll find helpful legal resources from law libraries to services that can help you fill your prescription if you've been injured on the job.

Colorado Judicial Branch

The Colorado Judicial Branch can provide general information regarding Colorado's legal system.  This information ranges from contact information for Colorado's various courts and judicial jurisdictions to biographical information regarding Colorado's judges and information regarding Colorado's statutes and court rules.

Colorado Judicial Branch
Office of State Court Administrator
1301 Pennsylvania St, Suite 300
Denver, CO 80203
(303) 861-1111

Colorado Division of Workers' Compensation

An individual injured at work can obtain information regarding Colorado's workers' compensation system from the Colorado Division of Workers' Compensation. The Division provides several guides and informational resources, including copies of the Colorado Workers' Compensation Act and Workers' Compensation Rules of Procedure, free of charge.

Colorado Division of Workers' Compensation
633 17th St, Suite 400
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 318-8700
Facsimile: (303) 318-8710

Colorado Office of Administrative Courts

The Administrative Law Judges in the Colorado Office of Administrative Courts preside over various types of administrative cases from medical and professional licensing cases to workers' compensation cases. The Office of Administrative Courts can provide a wide range of information regarding the agency and the rules and procedures for the different types of cases within its jurisdiction.

Colorado Office of Administrative Courts
633 17th St, Suite 1300
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 866-2000
Facsimile: (303) 866-5909

Colorado Bar Association

The Colorado Bar Association provides a wide range of information regarding Colorado's legal system, the Colorado legal community, legal resources for clients, and resources for individuals and families requiring indigent or low-income legal services. The Colorado Bar Association can provide information ranging from copies of Colorado's statutes and court rules to background information regarding attorneys and an attorney search tool.

Colorado Bar Association
1900 Grant St, 9th Floor
Denver, CO 80203
(303) 860-1115

Denver Bar Association

The Denver Bar Association provides information regarding the attorneys within its membership and the Colorado court system within its jurisdiction. The Denver Bar Association also provides information regarding the volunteer and charitable activities its membership is involved in.

Denver Bar Association
1900 Grant St, Suite 900
Denver, CO 80203
(303) 860-1115

Metro Volunteer Lawyers

Metro Volunteer Lawyers is an organization of volunteer lawyers who provide free or low-cost legal services to low-income persons who live in the Denver metropolitan area counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Elbert, Gilpin, and Jefferson. Contact Metro Volunteer Lawyers for information regarding the types of legal issues the volunteer lawyers handle and how to qualify for services.

Metro Volunteer Lawyers
1905 Sherman St, Suite 400
Denver, CO 80203
(303) 830-8210

Colorado Legal Services

Colorado Legal Services helps low-income or indigent Coloradans find free or low-cost legal services. Colorado Legal Services has offices throughout the state of Colorado. Visit the website or contact one of the many offices to obtain more information and the location information for the office in your area.

Injured Workers' Pharmacy

Injured Workers' Pharmacy is a mail order pharmacy available for workers' compensation claimants. Injured Workers' Pharmacy takes away the headache of dealing directly with the workers' compensation insurance carrier regarding prescription issues from the injured worker or their attorney. Injured Workers' Pharmacy will work through any authorization disputes or communication issues with the workers' compensation insurance carrier on the injured worker's behalf and deliver medications right to the injured worker's door on a timely basis.

Injured Workers' Pharmacy
P.O. Box 338
Methuen, MA 01844
(888) 321-7945

Law Libraries

The law libraries at Colorado's two law schools are good resources for an individual who desires to do their own research regarding a legal matter. The librarians at the facilities can often be extremely helpful to individuals who wish to educate themselves regarding particular legal issues.

University of Colorado Law School
Wolf Law Building, 2nd Floor
2450 Kittredge Loop Rd
Boulder, CO 8309
(303) 492-7534

University of Denver
Sturm College of Law
2255 East Evans
Denver, CO 80208
(303) 871-6188

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