|Author||Subject: search engine|
|Is Anyone familiar...|| Posted At 02:25:47 02/16/2001
Is anyone familiar with a search engine that can help you look up Oregon Law, I tried the one here, but need a more general one.
I'm am looking for the time limitations on physicians exams (minimum), and also the 14th amendment case that just was one, I thought it was on the main page but can't find it now.
Thanks for your help.
Oregon Workers' Compensation law (Currently 0 replies)
Posted At 12:56:27 02/17/2001
A link to that ruling is at http://injuredworker.org/forums/injuredworker/posts/1072.html
The Oregon Court of Appeals has a search engine at http://www.publications.ojd.state.or.us/appeals.htm
The Oregon Supreme Court has a search engine at http://www.publications.ojd.state.or.us/supreme.htm
Search DCBS pages at http://www.cbs.state.or.us/external/share/exsearch.htm
Search the Workers' Compensation Board Web Site at http://www.cbs.state.or.us/external/wcb/contents/wcbsrch.htm
Oregon Revised Statutes (law) relating to Workers' Comp. (Chapter 656) can be seen at http://landru.leg.state.or.us/ors/656.html
Are you referring to IME exams? Visit ftp://injuredworker.org/pub/IME_Related/
In the second Adobe Acrobat file there a workers' comp official says, "We have no control over the length of examinations or the demeanor of the examiners." Although this document dates back to around 1997, I don't believe anything has changed. CALL the Oregon Ombudsman for Injured Workers at 1-800-927-1271 to find out for sure.
I Hope these links help you.
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