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EVERY WORKER IN THE STATE OF OREGON IS COVERED BY WORKERS COMPENSATION INSURANCE, NO MATTER WHAT!

Here is what our workers compensation attorneys do. We will monitor your medical records and stay in contact with you while you recover from your injury. As you get better, we then prepare demand letters followed by seeing if we can negotiate reasonable settlement terms with the insurance company. This includes your entire claim including any possible future medical expenses. If necessary, we will take your case to trial.

It is important that you contact us or any workers compensation attorney in order to protect your rights and receive the medical care and treatment you are entitled to.

Accidents and injuries will impact many aspects of your life. The physical injury is just part of the workers compensation. You accident also impacts your day to day ability to do the things you have always done. You will incur medical bills, lose wages, lose the ability to complete typical daily activities, miss job opportunities, and impact your relationships. Each of these things are impacts that effect your claim.

It is important that you do not talk to the insurance company.

They do not always have your best interest in mind and often times are more concerned with processing your claim with as little costs as possible. Many times the insurance company will try to settle your claim early. It is important that you take the time to assess the depth of your claim including how much lost wages there will be and how much medical care you will need.

It is also important that you treat with your Doctors regularly.

Comunicate honestly and accurately the details and extent of your injuries. Make sure to inform your Doctors of every symptom and area experiencing pain, areas of discomfort and limits to abilities. Your claim is heavily evaluated by the details and diagnosis reported in your medical records.

We are here to help you navigate your claim and provide you step by step support through the process of your personal injury claim.