Food Intoxication and How to Avoid Food Poisoning

Posted in Oregon Personal Injury Accidents on February 14, 2018

We’ve all been there; we’ve all eaten or drank something that did not sit well with us, only to spend countless hours laying on the bathroom floor, wondering if we’ll make it through the night. It’s moments like these when food poisoning creates memorable experiences for all the wrong reasons. If you’ve experienced food poisoning … Continued

Top Truck Accident Prevention Tips to Follow

Posted in Truck Accidents on February 12, 2018

In 2015, there were an estimated 32,166 motor vehicle accidents that occurred within the United States. Any kind of crash can be devastating, but truck accidents are often the most catastrophic. Because of their sheer mass, trucks will automatically cause more damage than the average car when they’re involved in a collision. That’s why it’s … Continued

Hiking Safety Tips: How to Stay Safe While Hiking

Posted in Uncategorized on January 23, 2018

Thinking about hiking the trails of Oregon? Before you put on your hiking boots, learn how to stay safe while hiking by reading our hiking safety tips here. Consider These Hiking Safety Tips for Your Next Trip We live in one of the nations most beautiful places – known for its stunning scenic views of … Continued

Car Accidents and Wrongful Death Claims: A Brief Guide

Posted in Wrongful Death on December 10, 2017

Most of us drive or ride in a passenger vehicle on a daily basis without a second thought, but the reality is that getting into an automobile can be extremely dangerous. Unfortunately, even those who engage in safe driving behaviors may be put at risk when others on the road choose to drink, text, or … Continued

Boating in Oregon: 4 Critical Boating Safety Tips

Posted in Drunk Driving,Oregon Personal Injury Accidents on November 29, 2017

Recreational boating is one of the most beloved pastimes among Oregonians. With so many boaters taking advantage of Oregon’s beautiful rivers and lakes, these boating safety tips are as important as ever. According to the State of Oregon Marine Board, in 2016 there were 19 recreational boating-related fatalities in Oregon alone. That’s three more compared … Continued