Ms. Ihle has dedicated her practice at the Bendinelli Firm, P.C. exclusively to Workers’ Compensation. In Colorado, all employers are required to carry Workers’ Compensation insurance to cover the costs when an employee is hurt on the job, regardless of who is at fault. Depending on the severity of your injury and if your injury is classified as a partial or total impairment, you may be entitled to temporary or permanent benefits. Work Comp cases can be complicated and you’ll need an experienced workers’ comp attorney help you understand the process and what your benefits cover and don’t cover. The state of Colorado has strict guidelines regarding all aspects of your treatment and compensation. While, we would like to say that most employers will do the right thing if an employee is injured while performing their job duties, sometimes an employer will not cooperate. If you’ve been injured or disabled in a car accident while on the job, suffered an injury from a construction accident or any type of industry accident, we can help. We can help with your disability and impairment ratings. Contact Ms. Ihle at the Bendinelli Law Firm, P.C. and she can answer your Workers’ Compensation questions and help you get the compensation you’re entitled to according to Colorado law.