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Former workers' compensation and third-party personal injury client speaks to legislature about unfairness of damages limitations

 

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What Will President Trump do about Social Security?

On January 20, Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States. Throughout his campaign, President Trump repeatedly promised that he would neither cut…

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Concerned About Losing Medicaid Coverage? Call Congress.

We have received many calls from clients who are concerned about losing their Medicaid health coverage.  If you are concerned about what would happen to…

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2017 Cost-of-Living Increase for Social Security

After receiving no cost-of-living increase (COLA) in 2016, the nation’s elderly and disabled Social Security recipients will get a .3 percent increase in payments in…

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Do Cyclists Lose Their Right To The Road When Off The Bicycle?

Bicycle riders are granted an important right to travel upon Oregon’s roads from the “Bicyclist Bill of Rights” contained in ORS 814.430. This law provides…

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New Rule Changes the Evaluation of Medical Evidence in Social Security Applications

The medical documentation in the record can make all the difference in whether an individual will qualify for Social Security disability benefits. 1. Weight of…

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