By Alonit Cohen | Published March 7, 2014 | Posted in What's Going On in Worker's Compensation Law? | Tagged Tags: overpayment, workers compensation | Leave a comment
In 1997, the Colorado Legislature created a statute that says that an overpayment is “Money received by a claimant [injured worker] that exceeds the amount that should have been paid, or which the claimant was not entitled to receive, or which results in duplicate benefits because of offsets that reduce disability or death benefits payable Read MoreRead More
Since 1987, Mark D. Elliott has been a staple in the workers' compensation law community. As a member of the Phi Beta Kappa fraternity, he has the experience, passion and drive to succeed for any client in his respective fields of law.
Since joining the Elliott Law Offices in 2011, Alonit Katzman has provided client-focused advocacy in the areas of workers' compensation, social security, criminal defense, and personal injury law.
James Elliott, Esq., the founder of the Elliott Law Offices, passed on April 13, 2018. He is remembered for his hard work helping to create and refine the laws of the worker’s compensation arena. He obtained successful outcomes for his clients through both trials and appeals, and participated in creating and refining the law through…