Portland Workers’ Compensation Attorney

It is important to choose the right attorney to represent you for your claim. Portland Workers’ Compensation Attorney, Craig Miller, is the founder of Miller Law – he has the experience and expertise to help. Craig worked as a worker’ compensation attorney for SAIF Corp., so he knows how the insurance companies work. Craig is the right work comp attorney for you. He will use his knowledge and skill to get the benefits you deserve. 

Craig will help with your workers’ compensation claim. He knows adjusters like to deny claims, which can ruin the worker and their family. Adjusters use the law in this area and IME doctor’s opinions (who they pay for) to justify their denied workers’ compensation claims. It is crucial to have an experienced workers’ compensation attorney. Craig has the knowledge, skill, and experience to help with your claim.

As a Portland Workers’ Compensation Attorney, Craig guides your claim through the system and makes sure your claim is handled right. He works hard to overturn denied claims, because he knows the impact winning has on your life. Craig knows the medical and legal issues that affect your claim, so he receives updates from the AMA to keep current with medical matters. He has great success in beating denied workers’ compensation claims.

Craig wants you to heal from your injury and not focus on lawyer fees, so Miller Law receives no fees unless he wins or settles your case.

If you have a denied workers’ compensation claim from an Oregon work injury or need to file a claim, contact our Portland workers’ compensation attorney for a free consultation. Craig uses his experience, skill, and knowledge of your workers’ compensation claim to get the benefits you deserve.

If you have questions about your work comp claim or injury, check out our Oregon Workers’ Compensation Claim page for an overview of the Oregon Workers’ Compensation system, or watch the below video that briefly describes the claim process and what to do if you are hurt on the job.

What Happens if I’m Hurt on the Job