Category: Workers’ Compensation


A Win for Injured Workers

The Oregon Supreme Court handed Oregon injured workers a much needed win with Garcia-Solis v. Farmers Ins. Co.  This case will help injured workers access…

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SUPREME COURT SUSTAINS JURY AWARD; LIMITS $500,000 DAMAGES CAP IN “THIRD PARTY” CLAIMS FOR INJURIES ON THE JOB

Zeferino Vasquez was paralyzed from the waist down when a hay bale cutting machine made by Double-Press Mfg. started unexpectedly while he was cleaning it…

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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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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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A WILG Award for Christine Frost recognizing her as one of the top injured workers' attorneys in 2018

Chris Frost Recognized as Top Injured Workers' Attorney

The Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG) recognized Chris Frost as one of the nation’s top injured workers’ attorneys in 2018. WILG is a…

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Calculating whether Jessie Chu was entitled to vocational assistance in the state of Oregon was complicated due to her three jobs. The Oregon Court of Appeals recently issued a ruling in Chu v SAIF.

Workers Compensation: Vocational Assistance for a Worker with THREE JOBS?

What happened to Jessie Chu? Jessie Chu had three jobs at the time she was injured: a full-time position as a jewelry salesperson at Fred…

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