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

5 Common Oregon Personal Injury Claims

Posted in Dangerous and Defective Products,Motor Vehicle Accidents,Product Safety on October 11, 2017

Each year, on average, the United States is home to more than 30 million people who are injured and consequently require immediate medical attention. From car accidents to medical malpractice to defective products, there are many different types of accidents that indeed warrant litigation. Whether it’s to your body, your mind, or your property, most … Continued

Deposition Preparation: How-to Guidance

Posted in Bicycle Accidents,Catastrophic Personal Injury,Dangerous and Defective Products,Drunk Driving,Industrial Accidents,Motor Vehicle Accidents,Oregon Personal Injury Accidents,Pedestrian Accidents,Wrongful Death on November 23, 2011

Deposition preparation in an Oregon personal injury case can be one of the most important efforts you can do to win your case. Because almost 95% of the Oregon personal injury cases settle before depositions are taken, most parties involved in the case are never deposed and hence do not invest the effort needed to … Continued

Oregon Wrongful Death Claims

Posted in Dangerous and Defective Products,Drunk Driving,Industrial Accidents,Motor Vehicle Accidents,Oregon Personal Injury Accidents,Wrongful Death on May 26, 2011

Oregon Wrongful Death Claims In Oregon, when a person dies under certain circumstances, the death can give rise to a civil Oregon wrongful death claims for monetary damages.  Oregon law allows for a wrongful death claims or lawsuits when the death of a person is caused by another person’s negligence, recklessness or intentional conduct.  Under … Continued