3 of the Most Common Reasons People Hire Attorneys

Posted in Industrial Accidents on March 12, 2018

Unfortunately for lawyers, most people don’t look forward to hiring an attorney. In fact, unless you are purchasing a house, you rarely hire a lawyer under happy circumstances. After experiencing something tragic, the last thing we want to do is sift through legal jargon and complicated documents. Of course, that’s what attorneys are for. They … Continued

New Advances in Spinal Cord Injury Treatments Offer Hope

Posted in Catastrophic Personal Injury,Industrial Accidents,Insurance Companies,Motor Vehicle Accidents on March 31, 2015

Now, unlike ever before, new methods of treatment show promise for rehabilitating paralyzed patients with spinal cord injury. A variety of methods – some available now and others on the horizon – have people rethinking prognosis, including the probability of restoring movement and other body functions. Today I’d like to review some of the major advancements in … 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