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Portland Workers' Comp Attorney

Every employer in the state of Oregon is required to carry workers' compensation insurance, and every employee has to be covered by insurance. Workers' comp was established in Oregon in 1913, and at that time, a no-fault system was instituted, which means that work injury must be covered, regardless of who is at fault for the injury. In Oregon, a worker has 60 days from the date of the occurrence of the injury to file a claim.

If you have suffered a workplace injury, you have the right to pursue workers' comp. I am workers' comp attorney John M. Hoadley, and I have represented injured workers in the Portland area for more than 18 years.

Beaverton Workplace Injury Lawyer

I handle workers' comp cases involving myriad injuries, including:

  • Back injuries: The most severe back injuries are herniated discs, and they mean a great deal of exposure for insurance carriers, but many carriers will accept a claim for a back strain while ignoring the herniated disc. In order to prevent insurance companies from playing these kinds of games with your injury, speak to a lawyer as soon as possible.
  • Neck injuries: Neck injuries can present as pain in remote parts of the body; it is possible to have a neck injury and not even realize it.
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome: Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by repetitive activities, such as typing, and can lead to severe discomfort and lost sleep.
  • Knee injuries: It is possible to have a knee injury that requires surgery and still be able to walk and function.

If your claim was denied, I can navigate your workers' compensation appeal. I present my clients with the options that are available to them for pursuing their claim, and I empower my clients to choose the option that suits them best. I have a proven track record of success when it comes to settling workers' comp cases and winning cases in court.

Contact The Law Office Of John M. Hoadley

If you have questions about a workers' comp claim or if you are injured and are not sure whether your injury is covered, I encourage you to contact me at my office in Beaverton at 503-446-4025.

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John M. Hoadley
4085 SW 109th Avenue, Suite 100
Beaverton, OR 97005
Phone: 503-446-4025
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