General information about the Office of Administrative Courts and its functions.
Information about mediations and settlement conferences held at the OAC.
Information about workers' compensation cases held at the OAC, including processes, forms, hearing dates and representing yourself.
Helpful information for individuals who plan on representing themselves at a hearing or mediation before the OAC.
The Transparency Online Project (TOP) System provides public access to information on Colorado state government expenditures (where the money is spent) and revenue (source of the money).
Workers' Compensation Decisions are now available to view.
We want to hear from you; if you have any comments, concerns, questions you want answered, please contact us at OAC-DVR@state.co.us
The Office of Administrative Courts (OAC) is Colorado's centralized administrative court system. Most States and the federal government have established similar specialized legal processes within the executive branch. This structure enables both agencies and citizens to have certain disputes resolved while avoiding the time and expense of litigation in district court. In 1976, the General Assembly created Division of Administrative Hearings as a central panel of administrative law judges ("ALJs") to decide workers' compensation, human services, licensing, and a variety of other cases.