If you have been sidelined from work by an injury, workers' compensation can aid your recovery — as long as the insurance company does not deny your claim. To ensure that you are treated fairly and get the compensation you deserve, speak to a lawyer as soon as possible.
Beaverton Workers' Comp Attorney
I am workers' compensation attorney John M. Hoadley, and I have been representing clients with work-related injuries for 20 years, and have been involved in Oregon workers' compensation law since 1988. My experience working for the Court gave me a depth of legal knowledge which I continue to apply. My experience working for the insurance industry gave me a strong understanding of the inner workings of insurance companies. My experience, knowledge of the law and reputation with judges, other lawyers and insurance companies allows me to build compelling cases on behalf of my clients, and is the reason for my demonstrated record of success.
Injured workers have the option to settle their cases or take their cases to court, and it is up to the worker to decide which is best. I educate my clients about their options and empower them to make the choices that suit their best interests.
I help workers who have sustained serious injuries such as
- herniated discs
- carpal tunnel syndrome
- torn ligaments in the shoulder or knee
No matter the nature of your work injury, as long as the injury occurred at or near work, you may be entitled to workers' comp. Under Oregon law, injured workers have 60 days to file a workers' compensation claim.
Contact The Law Office Of John M. Hoadley
If you were injured at work and want to know whether or not your injury will be covered, I encourage you to contact me. I will assess your case at no charge. I take all cases on a contingency fee basis — there is no fee unless we settle or win your case. I will take forceful action on your behalf. To speak with me, call my Portland-area office at 503-626-6288.