If you’ve been injured at work, or have a pre-existing condition that was aggravated in the workplace, you have a legal right to file a claim for workers’ compensation in the state of Oregon. Filing a workers compensation claim is fairly simple but there are a lot of difficulties that generally arise after filing a claim. For example it’s not uncommon to have colleagues treat your claim with disrespect or even refuse to admit that your accident or aggravated condition happened in the work environment. Furthermore, insurance carriers usually reject workers compensation claims as a matter of course, which simply puts more stress on your back in a time when you’re trying to heal and move on with your life.
Find a Workers Compensation Attorney in Oregon
An experienced workers compensation attorney can easily take the weight off your back and offer you a supporting hand—for FREE! Receiving legal services for free may seem too good to be true but workers compensation attorneys in the state of Oregon are not paid until you receive benefits!
It’s important to consider as well that an experienced workers compensation lawyer should have a great deal of expertise in providing you with the following services:
- A free consultation regarding your claim, and education regarding all of the benefits available to you as someone who has been injured in the workplace
- Assistance communicating with your employer, with your employer’s insurance carrier, and if necessary, with your medical care professional
- The resolution of your claim as quickly as possible so that you can focus on healing and move on with your life
- Completely free legal services until your benefits are won
Bell Law Workers Compensation Attorneys in Portland, Salem, and Eugene, Oregon
Bell Law provides specialized legal services related to workers compensation claims and would be happy to serve you or a loved one in the Portland, Salem, and Eugene areas. Bell Law understands the “legal language and loopholes” that surround injuries in the workplace and has represented everyone from construction workers to grocery store employees, office workers to delivery/truck drivers, and union as well as non-union workers.
What Injuries “Count” as Workplace Injuries?
Almost any injury (whether large or small) sustained on the job or aggravated by the job in question is a valid reason to seek workers compensation benefits. Bell Law workers compensation attorneys have helped people with “over use” or repetitive injuries such as Carpel Tunnel Syndrome, tendinitis and tennis elbow. Bell Law attorneys have also helped people who have been hurt at work by exposure to fumes and chemicals.
Contact Bell Law
Contact Bell Law today to receive your free consultation. Bell Law is confident they can handle your claim and win you the benefits you deserve.
Additional resources regarding your workers’ compensation research:
1. Five Tips to Help People Hurt At Work in the State of Oregon
2. What Injuries Qualify for Workers’ Compensation?
3. How Much Does a Workers’ Compensation Attorney Cost?
4. Can I Settle My Workers’ Compensation Claim?