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Claims adjusters and insurance companies do this every day. You do not. There is a lot at stake when you are facing a serious injury or disability. Before you sign forms, give statements, or agree to anything, review our free article library. Here, you will get answers to your most frequently asked questions, learn the basic issues you face, and most important, the mistakes you need to avoid.
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Diagnosing Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Mild Traumatic Brain Injury can be elusive. Physicians will often refer our clients for a neuropsychological evaluation to help our clients treat their symptoms.
The First Steps of a Wrongful Death Claim Wrongful Death claims in Oregon require that you open an estate so that there is a person representing the interests of the beneficiaries of the claim.
Oregon Wrongful Death Claims: An Introduction Wrongful Death claims in Oregon are unique for other types of injury claim because a statute defines the rights and remedies of those who have lost a loved one.