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

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… read more

So You’re at Fault for a Personal Injury Accident: Next Steps

You’re in your brand new convertible; it feels as if you have waited a lifetime to zip up and down the blacktops that circle city limits with the top down. You’re just zooming across an old country highway with the wind in your hair when your phone buzzes: it’s your best friend asking how the… read more

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

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… read more

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

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… read more

A Defective Product Attorney’s Guide to Product Liability

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… read more