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Workers' Compensation Tips #2

Workers’ compensation issues can be complex. This series provides the answers to some of the most common questions people ask about workers’ compensation. For more…

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Action for Disabled Special Immigrants Who Helped U.S. Military

Afghan and Iraqi citizens who provide assistance to U.S. troops in their countries may be able to enter the United States under Special Immigrant Visas…

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Did Social Security Send Someone to Spy on You?

The Social Security Administration hires state police to investigate some people who apply for disability benefits.  That doesn’t happen in every case—anecdotally, we only see…

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2019 Cost-of-Living Adjustment for Social Security Disability Benefits

Most years, Social Security adjusts monthly benefits based on increases in cost of living. The 2019 cost-of-living adjustment is 2.8%. According to the government's fact…

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Workers' Compensation Tips #1

Workers’ compensation issues can be complex. Here are the answers to some of the most common questions people ask about workers’ compensation. We will post…

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Cynthia Newton and Chris Thomas Present E-Bike and Scooter Law to Local Attorney Group

On Friday, October 26th, Cynthia Newton and Chris Thomas presented a seminar on Oregon electric bicycle and scooter law to a group of fellow trial…

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