On the job injuries attorneys Salem

The purpose of Oregon’s Worker’s Compensation law is to keep employees protected in the event they experience an injury at work. When you file a claim, your workers’ compensation benefits should provide for payment of your medical treatment(s), and two-thirds of your salary until the time that you are able to return to work, regardless of when that is. However, it is important to understand that there are strict requirements and time limits for filing claims, and if you are denied the first time, you must file an appeal within 60 days, or loose your benefits entirely! In order to ensure that you are awarded the benefits you deserve in a timely fashion, the best course of action is to hire an experienced worker’s compensation attorney as soon as possible, because a “worker’s comp” claim can be very difficult – and sometimes impossible – to navigate alone. The benefits you are eligible to receive are contingent on your injuries. Some of the more common injuries that happen on-the-job are:

  • Illnesses From Substances, Toxins and/or Chemicals
  • Injuries to Upper body
  • Machinery & Moving Vehicles
  • Injuries to Lower Body

At Shlesinger & deVilleneuve, our skilled attorneys have years of experience in the field of worker’s compensation law; we handled over 1000 Worker’s Compensation claims last year alone! We have the resources and medical expertise to speak with your medical care team and compile information, and we are passionate about standing up to the large insurance firms who try to award you much less than you deserve – or deny your claim completely. At Shlesinger & deVilleneuve, we can make sure that your claim and your paperwork are accurate and complete, which will improve you chances of quickly receiving approval of your benefits. Our personal injury work is done on a contingency basis. We abide by the limits as set forth by the State of Oregon and you are only responsible for payment if we are successful in obtaining your benefits. Contact our office; a dedicated member of our legal team will return your call within 24-hours and will schedule a legal consultation – free of charge!