The I Just Filed an Oregon Workers' Compensation Claim and Need to Know Where I Stand Guide

You Just Filed A Workers' Comp Claim:  Know Where You Stand

You were just injured on the job in Oregon, and you just filed your claim.  Now What? 

Should You Give a Recorded Statement? 

The adjuster wants you to give a recorded statement.  Can you get help from an attorney.  Can they even do this?  What questions will the adjuster ask?

The Workers' Comp. Adjuster Scheduled an "Independent" Medical Examination.

The insurer wants you to attend an appointment with an insurance company doctor.  What should you expect? 

You Are Disabled From Work

How do you get disability benefits while the claim is pending? 

So Many Questions

These are questions we hear everyday when helping injured workers, so we put together this free consumer guide so you can know where you stand when waiting for an insurer to make a decision.

Avoid Claim Killing Mistakes

This guide will help you avoid the most common mistakes make when they file a claim for workers' compensation in Oregon.

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Joe Di Bartolomeo
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