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Workers Compensation

COVID-19 and Colorado Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Many employees are pondering whether they are eligible for workers’ compensation payments for catching the virus because of their jobs as the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the nation with new strains and rises in the number of positive cases. The COVID-19 workers’ compensation coverage varies by state, as well as by industry

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Workers’ compensation for depression and anxiety

Most people think of workers’ compensation as payments for workplace injuries such as fractured bones, concussions and amputations. In Colorado, workers’ compensation also pays benefits for medical bills and lost wages due to nonphysical injuries. Among these nonphysical injuries are serious depression and anxiety. Harm to your mental health can be as damaging to you

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Do I have to pay taxes on workers’ comp in Colorado?

After a workplace injury, you may receive workers’ compensation benefits to pay for medical care and to make up lost wages. Although Colorado workers’ comp can sometimes seem like a straightforward process, it can include several complex legal issues. At tax time, you may have new questions about your work comp benefits or settlement. Finding

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