Dodge Law Firm

  • Were you injured at your place of work
  • Were you injured during work hours?
  • Has the injury limited your ability to perform your job?
  • Have you received medical treatments for this injury?
  • Do you have medical bills as a result of this injury?
  • Have you lost wages as a result of this injury?

If you answered "yes" to four or more of these questions you may be eligible to file a workers' compensation claim.


Dodge Law is experienced with workers' compensation claims and we understand the qualification requirements and how to work with the insurance companies to get you the benefits that you deserve.

If you or a loved one have been injured on the job it is important to fully understand your rights.  Dodge Law has helped clients protect their rights and achieve success with Worker's Compensation cases throughout Colorado for over thirty years. We can help you. Contact us today for a free initial consultation to discuss your case and what rights you have.

There are important factors to consider when you are considering a claim for worker's compensation.  Where and when were you working?  What was your job description? Were you properly trained?  These important factors are just a few examples that we consider when evaluating whether or not you qualify for workers' compensation.

Contact Dodge Law
for a FREE consultation to discuss your options.
P.O .Box 770
Fort Lupton, Colorado 80621
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Phone:  (303) 250-2388

Dodge Law, LLC serves clients in and around Denver, including Arvada Aurora, Boulder, Bow Mar, Broomfield, Cherry Hills, Englewood, Golden, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Ken Caryl, Lakewood, Littleton, Louisville, Northglenn, Superior, Thornton, Westminster, Wheat Ridge, Commerce City, Lafayette, Erie, Brighton, Lone Tree, Centennial, Castle Rock, Longmont, Loveland, Windsor, Frederick, Firestone, Erie, Niwot, Fort Collins.