Tag:Workers’ Compensation

Colorado Lawmakers Eye Labor and Employment Matters in First Weeks of Session

Lawmakers have introduced over 200 bills since the session began, including several that take aim at labor and employment law in Colorado.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinion for Nov. 10

The Colorado Court of Appeals unanimously affirmed an order in a death benefits case.

Bill Introduced to Protect Injured Workers’ Mental Health Records

The speed with which bills are being signed into law is increasing — but the session isn’t over yet and bills continue to be introduced.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for April 7

The Colorado Court of Appeals on Thursday published an opinion in a case about statutes of limitations for workers' compensation claims.

Fentanyl Prevention Bill Introduced

This week, legislators in the House introduced long awaited legislation addressing fentanyl use in the state.

Happenings in the House This Week

This week lawmakers hit the ground running and have introduced more than 20 bills in the House of Representatives for committee consideration.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for Jan. 20

The Colorado Court of Appeals on Jan. 20 issued one published opinion upholding the dismissal of workers' compensation claims.

When Should You Return to Work After a Workers Comp Claim?

Injured workers may want to return to work as quickly as possible after they get better but when is the best time — legally?