Know Where You Stand: We Have Free Information On Oregon and Washington Car Accident, Workers' Compensation, or Social Security Disability Claims.
Nobody Plans An Injury or Disability, And Now You Have Questions.
You are getting calls and letters from claims adjusters and attorneys. There are forms to fill out, medical releases to sign, and bills coming in the mail. Your friends and family may be offering advice on what to do next.
We Have Answers: Your Oregon or Washington Injury Claim
What forms and releases should I sign?
The adjuster wants to take my statement? Should I give one?
How do I get my car repaired or replaced?
My doctor has taken me off work. What can I do about lost wages?
What about future medical expenses?
Get your copy of our free book, the The Oregon Personal Injury Guide, here. This free downloadable book will help you avoid the most common mistakes people make with their Oregon injury claim, and give you the information you need to make an informed decision.
Five Important Facts About Your Oregon Workers' Compensation Claim
1. Learn why the insurance company may be denying your claim due to a 'pre-existing condition."2. Find out if the insurance company only accepting some of your injuries, how it affects your future, and what you can do about it.
3. You have sixty days to appeal a denial, and you can learn how that works by clicking here.
4. SETTLEMENTS. Has the insurance company offered to settle your case, and should you? Check out this article to learn how settlements work.
5. My claim has been closed. What are my options?
You may also be concerned about medical bills, getting back to work, and the future. To find out more, Click here to order our free, downloadable book, Navigating the Oregon Workers' Compensation Maze.
This book guides you through the complex world of the Oregon Workers' Compensation claims process to ensure that you are receiving the benefits you need.
Four Things To Know About Social Security Disability Claims
1. What does it really mean to be "disabled?"
2, Should I even apply for Social Security Disability?
3. My claim has been denied. Should I appeal?
4. How do I appeal my claim denial?
Click here to order your free copy of The Social Security Disability Guide. This book walks you step by step through the application process, and explains when you should appeal a denial, and why.
We Do This Every Day.
We help injured and disabled people in Oregon and Washington every day, and that is all we do.
If you need legal help in other areas, we are happy to help you find the right fit, but if you have legal issues and questions about an injury or disability claim, talk to us.
You don’t have to go through this alone. At the Di Bartolomeo Law Office, we understand how frustrating and overwhelming it can be dealing an insurance company, the workers’ compensation system, or the Social Security Administration. Call us at 503-325-8600 in Astoria, or 971-327-4069 in Beaverton to learn more about how we can help you get the best outcome possible on your claim.