Motorcycle Law 101: What You Should Know Before You Ride In Oregon

Posted in Bicycle Accidents,Drunk Driving,Motorcycle,Oregon Personal Injury Accidents,Personal Injury on January 15, 2019

Riding a motorcycle in Oregon comes with its fair share of safety rules and regulations. After all, a motorcycle accident is often more serious than a bicycle accident. Not only is this meant to keep you safe on the road, but it also ensures the wellbeing of other drivers. Before you get on your hog … Continued

Tell Distracted Driving To Take The Back Seat And Focus On The Road

Posted in Personal Injury on January 2, 2019

Instances of distracted driving are steadily rising. While people using mobile phones and other handheld electronic devices may have dropped from 3.8% to 3.3% from 2015 to 2016, distracted driving as a whole applies to more than just cell phone use on the road Legions of personal injury lawyers represent people who were in motor … Continued

Stages of a Personal Injury Case | Personal Injury Lawyer in OR

Posted in Personal Injury on December 26, 2018

If you’ve recently been injured in an accident and are looking to take the party responsible to court, you’re going to need an idea of what’s in store for you. It’s no secret that an injury lawsuit can be a stressful experience—that’s why it’s important to do some research before beginning the process. Below are the steps that you’ll want to be … Continued

5 Common Types Of Workplace Injuries

Posted in Personal Injury on November 12, 2018

The skills and duties of jobs across the country vary greatly, but nearly every workplace presents hazards that could result in workplace injuries. If you or a loved one suffers an injury as a result of the conditions in your workplace, you could seek compensation for medical bills and lost wages by working with personal … Continued

7 Steps to Prepare for Road Accidents as the Seasons Change

Posted in Personal Injury on October 18, 2018

As fall and winter approach, new and seasoned drivers alike know that soon, driving will become a bit more tricky. Cooler temperatures, longer nights and greater amounts of precipitation all create more difficult driving conditions. Though accidents in the colder months are sometimes unavoidable, there are still steps you and your family can take to … Continued

Your Guide to Personal Injury Cases: Various Types Explained

Posted in Personal Injury on October 15, 2018

There are many different categories of law, each with its own subset of case types. Personal injury law is no different. You might have assumed you could answer the question, “what is personal injury?” — but it’s not always that straightforward. Since 95-96% of personal injury claims are settled pretrial, you might not even realize … Continued

Involved In a Crash? 4 Mistakes to Avoid After an Incident

Posted in Personal Injury on October 11, 2018

Roadway incidents happen all the time across the United States and can range as minor as a slight fender bender in a parking lot to a 10-car pileup on a major highway. The roads are extremely dangerous because there are so many distracted drivers not paying attention. Globally, more than 50% of all roadway traffic … Continued