Collateral Source Rule Reform: SB 323 (1987): Or. Rev. Stat. § 18.580.
Permits a judge to reduce awards for collateral source payments,
Permits a judge to reduce awards for collateral source payments, excluding life insurance and other death benefits, benefits for which plaintiff have paid premiums, retirement benefits, disability benefits, pension plan benefits, and federal social security benefits.
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