Attorney Patrick L. Block is a native of Oregon and grew up in the Portland area. Licensed to practice
law in Oregon and Washington, he is an active member of the Oregon State
Bar, the Washington State Bar, the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, and
the American Association for Justice, the Medical Malpractice Litigation
Group and the Birth Trauma Litigation Group for his work in the legal field.
In addition to representing plaintiffs in medical malpractice lawsuits,
Attorney Block has served on various committees of the Oregon Trial Lawyers
Association, of which he has been serving as the co-chair of the professional
negligence section for the past three years and hopes to continue.
In support of his ongoing commitment to the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association,
on April 23, 2014, he will be speaking at one of the association's
2014 Litigator Lunches, themed "Back to Basics". Attorney Block
will be presenting on "
Depositions". This program will be the third in six presentations in the OTLA's
Litigator Lunch Series.
About the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association
The Oregon Trial Lawyers Association is the only voice in the legislature
that is dedicated to protecting the interests of citizens, and fighting
to protect Oregonians' constitutional rights, including the right
to a jury trial.
According to the OTLA, powerful forces have focused their efforts on undermining
the civil justice system in the Oregon Legislature for more than 40 years.
Over the past four decades, the OTLA has been a consistent voice which
represents the interests of residents across the state of Oregon.
OTLA members such as Attorney Patrick L. Block must primarily represent
plaintiffs in personal injury, employment, workers' compensation,
civil rights, or business tort litigation. The OTLA provides members with
the tools to be the best advocates for their clients, including cutting-edge
continuing legal education seminars taught by the state's finest practitioners
and nationally-known speakers.
The OTLA is the only organization in the state that puts on plaintiff-specific
CLEs, many of which are available by webcast or MP3 download.
contact Attorney Patrick Block to discuss your
medical malpractice case, please call (503) 491-4900. We accept free case evaluations and
take cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you don't pay unless we win.