Travis Mayor Named Rising Star by Oregon Super Lawyers

Posted in ML In The News,Oregon Personal Injury Accidents on July 14, 2015

Attorney Travis Mayor has been recognized as a 2015 Oregon Rising Star for plaintiffs’ personal injury by the well-known Super Lawyers publication. Super Lawyers is an independent rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Attorneys are selected through a multi-phased process including independent research, peer … Continued

Oregon Attorney Travis Mayor of Mayor Law, LLC Obtains Settlement From City of Seaside for Wrongful Death Drowning Suit

Posted in ML In The News,Motor Vehicle Accidents,Wrongful Death on June 2, 2014

Seaside, OR May 13, 2014 – In April 2011, according to the lawsuit filed with the Clatsop County Circuit Court (Case No. 13-2240), Robert Weston MacNeil and Karen Irene Stevens, of Vancouver, Wash., drowned after mistakenly driving their vehicle into the Necanicum River at the Quatat Park boat ramp. The boat ramp was an unmarked, unobstructed … Continued

Portland Car Accident Jury Awards $95,720 & Attorney Fees

Posted in Insurance Companies,ML In The News,Motor Vehicle Accidents,Oregon Personal Injury Accidents on September 21, 2012

I recently prevailed in a 4-day Portland car accident jury trial in Multnomah County, against a driver insured by GEICO. The case arose out of an intersection collision in NE Portland when our client’s vehicle was t-boned as she was on her way to pick up her children at school. The Portland car accident resulted … Continued

Oregon Permissive Driver Case – Ruling Reversed & Legal Fees Awarded

Posted in Insurance Companies,ML In The News,Motor Vehicle Accidents,Small Value/ Cases Under $10,000 on September 18, 2012

As a follow up to our recent victory against GEICO Insurance in the disputed Oregon permissive driver case, Robert Ma v. GEICO Casualty Company, the Oregon Court of Appeals awarded our client his attorney fees in the amount of $50,000. GEICO’s decision to save a few dollars by wrongfully denying our client his collision related … Continued