How to Obtain Oregon Medical Malpractice Claims Information

Once an Oregon medical malpractice attorney proves that your doctor acted negligently and that you were injured as a result of that negligence, this information is forwarded to the Oregon Medical Board. The Oregon Medical Board will compile this information, in conjunction with information they receive from primary insurers, doctors, public agents, and other health officials, into an official medical malpractice claim report.

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Oregon Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations

As we’ve covered before, most lawsuits fall under statutes of limitations set by the states in which the claims are filed. A statute of limitations outlines a timeframe in which a lawsuit can be filed, typically starting from the original date of injury or wrongful action. In this blog, we’ll discuss the Oregon medical malpractice statute of limitations.

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Medical Examination after a Car Accident – My Automobile Insurance Company Wants to send me Their Doctor

If you have been injured in an auto accident and your automobile insurance is paying your medical bills under your Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) benefits, there are occasions when your own company will ask you to attend what they call an “Independent Medical Examination” (“IME”) by a doctor of their choosing.

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Should I Sign the Insurer’s Medical Release Form After a Crash?

After a car accident, you’ll be confronted with many situations that may be unfamiliar and even intimidating - especially since your money and health will be involved. In this article, we’ll walk you through one of those potential situations: whether or not to sign a medical release form from the other driver’s or your insurance company.

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Scooter Accidents and Wheelchair Tip-overs on Busses Causing Lawsuits

The American Disabilities Act prevents all public transit companies from refusing service to disabled passengers. The Act pushed all public transit companies to adopt methods to safely transport disabled passengers. In some cases, the Act specifically regulates the manner in which disabled passengers will be transported.

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