Pedestrian Accident Victim – Reduce Your Risk

Posted in Catastrophic Personal Injury,Motor Vehicle Accidents,Pedestrian Accidents,Wrongful Death on April 23, 2014

Pedestrian Accidents Continue to Surge in Oregon – Learn How To Reduce Your Risk of Becoming a Pedestrian Accident Victim. Oregon pedestrian accidents have increased by 51% in the last five years according to the Oregon Department of Transportation’s 2012 Oregon Traffic Crash Summary. The alarming truth is pedestrian accidents result in more fatalities than … 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

ORS 20.080 Limits Increase for Oregon Small Injury Claims

Posted in Bicycle Accidents,Motor Vehicle Accidents,Oregon Personal Injury Accidents,Pedestrian Accidents,Small Value/ Cases Under $10,000 on November 18, 2011

Effective January 1, 2012, Oregon Revised Statute ORS 20.080 increases the applicable limits for Oregon small injury claims to $10,000.  This means personal injury victims and claimants in the Portland area and throughout Oregon can seek up to $10,000 in damages, which can include medical expenses, lost wages and/or non-economic damages for pain and suffering … Continued