Fighting for the rights of injured people
Award-winning attorney Marcia Alvey is a well-known advocate for the rights of hard-working Oregon residents. She established Alvey Law Group in 1987 to fight for the legal rights of people who were:
- Injured on the job and denied their rightful benefits;
- Hurt in a car accident; or,
- Denied disability benefits from Social Security.
How can Alvey Law Group help you?
Alvey Law Group works on a contingency fee basis: you pay nothing if you do not recover damages.
We know you’re busy: our firm offers a free consultation and convenient meeting times.
I was hurt on the job.
Workers’ compensation is supposed to cover your medical expenses and lost income when you are unable to work.
You should be able to file a workers’ comp claim through your employer. But you should know that many claims are denied.
I was in a car accident.
Oregon law requires drivers to have car insurance that pays for at least $25,000 in damages. That insurance policy must include uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage, and personal injury protection (PIP).
Filing an insurance claim for a car accident can be very confusing. Insurance companies try to force you to settle your claim as quickly as possible.
You need to focus on healing. Talk to an experienced car accident lawyer.
I was denied benefits.
Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) provide benefits for people who aren’t able to work, either permanently or temporarily.
However, one error in your paperwork can lead to the denial of a valid claim.
You don’t have fight the bureaucracy alone. Talk to an SSI/SSDI attorney about your options.