|Author||Subject: Re: workers comp review|
|Del|| Posted At 19:24:00 05/14/2000
I assume you're talking about legal briefs. You should make every attempt to find an attorney.
http://www.mcn.net/~montanabw/briefguide.html#detail (A Brief Guide with Samples at this Site)
http://www.alllaw.com/community_and_culture/chat/ (Legal Chat Room)
http://www.papers24-7.com/law_papers.htm (They Sell Briefs)
http://www.tsulaw.edu/Sophie/LWResources/guidetogoodwriting.htm (Guide to Writing)
http://www.d.umn.edu/~rvaidyan/restools.html (Research Tools)
http://www.legalbrief.com/search.htm (Oregon Administrative Rules - OARs)
If you live in Oregon you might also want to call the Workers' Compensation Ombudsman (who unlike most others are not biased in favor of employers) at (800) 452-0288, (503) 378-3351
I hope this helps. I check this forum every couple days if you have any other questions. Be careful what you ask though since insurance companies and DCBS (WC Division) administrators visit here. Other than that I can't be of much help, especially if your claim is out-of-state (laws vary greatly).
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