The Practice of Care: A Provider’s Guide

Personal Injury Claim Resources for Healthcare Professionals

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One of the many common goals we share with healthcare providers is helping your patients recover from their injuries. Unfortunately, the insurance companies impose requirements that make it difficult for providers to get paid and patients to get the care they need. Our provider resources blog aims to make the process easier with twice-monthly posts that offer straightforward and practical advice. We welcome your questions and look forward to your comments.

I give Heiling Dwyer Attorneys my highest recommendation for anybody needing help with an injury claim.

“I have patients with injury claims and I deal with their attorneys. Dean and his office always take especially good care of my patients. I have frequently relied on Dean to advise me how to help my patients through the medical-legal process. He is always there for my office and my patients.”

~Scot Bowles, Portland Area Chiropractor

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bronze-linedean-blog-bio-pictureDean Heiling has practiced law for over 40 years and is admitted to practice in state and federal courts in Oregon and Washington, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. He served on the Local Professional Responsibility Committee for the Oregon State Bar, represented the Bar in prosecutions against attorneys for ethics violations, and continues to serve on other Bar committees. A member of the Washington State Association for Justice and the American Association for Justice, Dean has won a number of cases in the Oregon Court of Appeals and the Oregon Supreme Court developing and protecting the rights of injured people.
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bronze-lineJimJim Dwyer graduated from law school in 1987 and started practicing with his father in Eugene, Oregon. He is currently licensed to practice law in Oregon, Washington, and in the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon. A member of the American Association for Justice, Multonomah Bar Association and the Oregon State Bar, he has been awarded Volunteer of the Year for the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association. Jim has written a book for men, "The Caged Truth," and created Tipping-the-Scales, a website dedicated to lawyers' personal and professional fulfillment through the practice of law. He speaks to both lawyer and legal assistant organizations.
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bronze-lineRoy Fernandes worked as a defense attorney for insurance companies for seven years before he went to work on the plaintiff's side with people who could really benefit from his help. He grew up in Columbus, Ohio, and graduated Magna Cum Laude from The Ohio State University before moving to Portland, Oregon, to attend law school at Lewis and Clark, where he served as an associate editor on the Lewis and Clark Law Review. Roy is currently an active member of the Oregon State Bar, Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, Multnomah Bar Association American Bar Association, American Association of Justice and the Uniform Civil Jury Instruction Committee.
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bronze-lineSylviaSylvia Albright was led to practice law through her own experiences surrounding her grandmother's estate, insurance billing and Medicare coverage. Soon after speaking to an attorney who helped her make the right decisions, she decided to do that for others: guide people through a difficult process towards the best outcome. She attended Lewis and Clark Law School, graduating in 2005. Sylvia is a proud member of the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, the Multnomah Bar Association, and the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon.
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