2016 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 8 - Labor and Industry
Labor Ii - Workers' Compensation and Related Provisions
Article 43 - Procedure
Part 2 - Settlement and Hearing Procedures
§ 8-43-215. Orders
(1) No more than fifteen working days after the conclusion of a hearing, the administrative law judge or director shall issue a written order allowing or denying the claim. The written order must either be a summary order or a full order. A full order must contain specific findings of fact and conclusions of law. If compensation benefits are granted, the written order must specify the amounts thereof, the disability for which compensation benefits are granted, by whom and to whom such benefits are to be paid, and the method and time of the payments. A certificate of mailing and a copy of the written order shall be served by regular or electronic mail or by facsimile to each of the parties in interest or their representatives, the original of which is a part of the records in the case. If an administrative law judge has issued a summary order, a party dissatisfied with the order may make a written request for a full order within ten working days after the date of mailing of the summary order. The request is a prerequisite to review under section 8-43-301. If a request for a full order is made, the administrative law judge has ten working days after receipt of the request to issue the order. A full order shall be entered as the final award of the administrative law judge or director subject to review as provided in this article.
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