7 Steps to Prepare for Road Accidents as the Seasons Change

Posted in Personal Injury on October 18, 2018

As fall and winter approach, new and seasoned drivers alike know that soon, driving will become a bit more tricky. Cooler temperatures, longer nights and greater amounts of precipitation all create more difficult driving conditions. Though accidents in the colder months are sometimes unavoidable, there are still steps you and your family can take to … Continued

Your Guide to Personal Injury Cases: Various Types Explained

Posted in Personal Injury on October 15, 2018

There are many different categories of law, each with its own subset of case types. Personal injury law is no different. You might have assumed you could answer the question, “what is personal injury?” — but it’s not always that straightforward. Since 95-96% of personal injury claims are settled pretrial, you might not even realize … Continued

Involved In a Crash? 4 Mistakes to Avoid After an Incident

Posted in Personal Injury on October 11, 2018

Roadway incidents happen all the time across the United States and can range as minor as a slight fender bender in a parking lot to a 10-car pileup on a major highway. The roads are extremely dangerous because there are so many distracted drivers not paying attention. Globally, more than 50% of all roadway traffic … Continued

Mayor Law’s Full Guide to Watercraft and Boat Safety Tips

Posted in Uncategorized on September 18, 2018

Spending time on Oregon’s beautiful waters is a favorite pastime for many. With the warm weather coming to a close, there are some boating safety tips you should keep in mind as you embark on one last adventure.   Plan ahead Before going out on the water, you should have a plan in place. This … Continued

Fender Benders and Rear-Enders: ‘Minor’ Car Crash FAQs

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on September 13, 2018

We navigate country roads and major highways on a daily basis without incident. But sooner or later, you’ll probably be involved in at least a minor collision. While Oregon traffic laws state that turn signals need to be used at least 100 feet before a lane change or turn, drivers sometimes make mistakes. And despite … Continued

I Just Got Hurt In a Crash, What Do I Do Now?

Posted in Motor Vehicle Accidents on September 7, 2018

You’re driving down the road on your way to work, the grocery store, your friend’s house, etc., and you get hurt in a crash. It can be hard to keep a level head because car accidents are particularly jarring. There are certain tasks you should complete right after a crash, and here are some of … Continued

A Defective Product Attorney’s Guide to Product Liability

Posted in Dangerous and Defective Products on September 6, 2018

Products are everywhere, from children’s toys and food to electronics and motor vehicles. The manufacturers of the products you’re buying are required to follow guidelines that make their products safe enough for everyday use. Unfortunately, each year many consumers suffer injuries after using certain products, despite doing so as intended. To protect yourself from using … Continued

Personal Injury Vs. Bodily Injury: Differences Explained

Posted in Personal Injury on August 21, 2018

If you’ve been hurt in some type of accident, you may have conducted a Google search to ask, “what is personal injury?” or “should I file a personal injury suit?” You might assume that this is the appropriate course of action to take — and in many cases, it is. But not every incident can … Continued

All About Distracted Driving: What Motorists Should Know

Posted in Personal Injury on August 15, 2018

We rely on our cell phones and other electronic gadgets to help us communicate with each other, navigate to new locations, and even remember our daily schedules and tasks. While this technology undoubtedly provides assistance, it can also hinder us — or even put us in danger. Unfortunately, many motorists end up learning the hard … Continued