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Lake Oswego Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Over 35 Years of Legal Experience Representing Injured Workers in Portland, Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington Counties

Have you been injured or contracted an illness due to your work? Are you struggling to navigate the Oregon workers’ compensation system? Perhaps your claim has been delayed or denied. In any of these situations, it is important that you seek knowledgeable and trusted legal help.

The Law Offices of Scott M. Supperstein, P.C. has extensive experience in fighting for rightful compensation for injured workers throughout the Greater Portland Area and beyond. Our Lake Oswego workers’ compensation lawyer has been representing injured workers for more than 35 years. Let us use that experience to advocate for you.

Contact our firm online or by phone at (503) 386-9841 for a free consultation about your workers’ compensation or third-party work injury claim.

Oregon Workers’ Compensation Law

Oregon law dictates that employers with one or more employees, whether full- or part-time, must carry workers’ compensation insurance or a self-insured policy. When you sustain a work-related injury or illness, you must submit your claim within 90 days to your employer in order to be eligible for the medical treatment you need and compensation for your lost wages.

Many insurance companies do not like to pay out claims, meaning they will deny even rightful workers’ compensation claims. This is done through adjusters who use complex tactics and the insurance doctor’s report, called an IME, which can assert that your injuries or illness are not work-related. As such, it is vital to have a strong legal advocate on your side who knows how insurance companies work and can fight back.

The Law Offices of Scott M. Supperstein, P.C. can help if:

  • You are uncertain about where to start with your claim
  • Your claim has been denied
  • The doctor’s IME report finds your injuries or illness unrelated to your work
  • Your lost wage income checks have not been forthcoming
  • You are permanently disabled but have not been declared so by the insurance company

Talk to Our Lake Oswego Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Today

Our firm can work to see that your claim is handled properly and will fight to help you secure the benefits you need and deserve. Let us use our strong track record of success and legal skills to help you—your consultation with our attorney is free and confidential.

Call us at (503) 386-9841.

  • Oregon State Bar Workers Comp Section
  • Oregon Trial Lawyers Association
  • AV Preeminent
Attorney Scott Supperstein Personable, thorough legal representation