What is TTD or TPD?

TTD: TTD is “Temporary Total Disability” benefits. In Colorado, TTD is paid when you are totally off work due to a work-related injury. TTD is paid at the rate of two-thirds of your average weekly wage (not to exceed a state maximum that changes each year). TPD: TPD is “Temporary Partial Disability” benefits. In Colorado, TPDRead more

In Colorado, what medical benefits are covered by workers’ compensation?

If you are injured on the job in Colorado, your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance will pay the medical expenses related to your injury. Some examples of medical treatment that are covered are: Physical therapy Surgery Injections Prescriptions Follow-ups with your doctor(s) Mental health treatment, including therapy or counseling Blood work Imaging scans such as MRIsRead more

Will getting social security affect my Colorado workers’ compensation benefits?

Colorado is what is known as a “reverse offset state,” which means that Colorado workers’ compensation benefits are reduced (or offset) by Social Security disability benefits. It is called “reverse offset” because in most other states Social Security is reduced if you get workers’ comp. benefits. If you receive Colorado workers’ compensation benefits, your benefitsRead more