What Happens to Our Firefighters

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What Happens to Our Firefighters

Here’s a hypothetical story. A firefighter has been diagnosed with brain cancer. He has been in the fire service for over twenty years, and after receiving that terrible news, seeks workers’ compensation benefits to help cover the mounting costs of his medication, surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. What the firefighter and his family don’t realize is […]

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Collaboration Solves Broken Rebuttable Presumption Law for Colorado Firefighters

How do you know when the Workers’ Compensation firefighters’ presumption is broken? Journalists discuss individual WC cancer cases on TV, in print, and online It takes more than a year—or even two years—before a decision is made whether to accept or deny a claim Firefighters pass away before being awarded benefits Cancer cases go before […]

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