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Oregon Workers' Compensation Settlements Part I: Denied Claims Oregon Workers' Compensation allows for settlement of accepted and denied claims. However, there are many factors to consider when evaluating options.
Oregon Workers' Compensation: "Occupational Disease" and "Injury" There are two kinds of Oregon Workers' Compensation claims, an occupational disease, and an injury. Learn how each claim works, and what you need to do.
Occupational Hearing Claim Approved With Agent Orange Exposure Oregon occupational hearing loss claims present challenges. In this case, the injured worker proved occupational hearing loss with a well reasoned medical opinion.
Your Workers' Compensation Notice of Acceptance is Important The Notice of Acceptance in Your Oregon Workers' Compensation file is the most important document in the whole file. Why? Because it defines your benefits.
What You Get With An Accepted Oregon Workers' Compensation Claim An Oregon Workers' Compensation claim is a group of insurance benefits. What you are entitled to depends on the nature and extent of your injury.