Troy Bundy defends professionals, including dentists, hospitals, doctors, nurses and other health professionals. From complex obstetric and neonatal matters to more routine primary care issues, Troy has litigated and tried a wide variety of professional liability cases involving nearly every conceivable medical specialty over the course of his career, including the landmark birth injury case, Klutschkowski v. OMG. Dental cases have included lingual nerve injuries, TMJ claims, and endodontic complications. Whether before a professional licensing board or in the courtroom, Troy is comfortable with all aspects of claim management.
- Complex Injury Litigation
Products liability involving medical and mechanical devices; Class Action Litigation; Mass Torts
- Professional Liability
Medical; Dental; Institutional
- Health Law
Professional Board Investigations/hearings (OMB, MQAC, ONB, ODB, OBSW); Health Practice Consultation and Contracts; HIPAA Compliance; ERISA; Peer Review; JCAHO
CNA Insurance Companies
Kaiser Foundation Hospitals
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Northwest
Northwest Permanente, PC
Nurses Service Organization
Southwest Washington Medical Center
Multnomah Bar Association
Oregon State Bar
OSB Health Law Section
OSB Professional Liability Section
Oregon Association of Defense Counsel
The American Association of Nurse Attorneys
Washington State Bar
Professional Liability Defense Federation
Oregon Society for Healthcare Risk Management (OSHRM)
Troy is a frequent speaker at professional liability seminars hosted by the Oregon Medical Association, Oregon Health Sciences University, and other professional organizations.
For many years, Troy has served on the Multnomah County Arbitration Panel and has presided over a wide variety of matters including personal injury claims, debtor/creditor issues, and domestic relations disputes.
He also is a featured author in the Thomson Reuters text: “Inside the Minds of America’s Leading Lawyers: Defending Medical Malpractice Claims,” published in 2012. His latest work, “Surviving Litigation: What You Need to Know,” was published in 2014. His current work “First Chair: An Associate's Guide to Trial Work,” is expected to be published in the fall.