How Much is My Portland Personal Injury Case Worth?

If you are considering filing a personal injury case in Portland, you should be thinking about how much your personal injury claim is actually worth. This is called “damages” – how much money will compensate you for your losses of property, health, peace of mind, etc. Of course, you are thinking, “No money could compensate […]

Wear a Seat Belt to Prevent Portland Car Accidents

Seat belts are extremely important to preventing serious injuries in Portland car accidents. Car accidents will happen sometimes despite every driver being very careful, and we all know that not all drivers are always very careful. Therefore, wearing a seat belt becomes the #1 safety precaution we can all take against injury during an auto […]

Should I Report a Portland Car Accident?

If you’ve been in an accident in Portland, Oregon DMV regulations apply. According to the DMV website, you must report an Oregon accident if: 1) Damage to any vehicle involved is over $1,500 2) Damage to your vehicle is over $1,500 3) Any vehicle is towed from the scene as a result of the accident […]

Prevent Summer Drunk Driving Accidents and Injuries in Oregon

On Tuesday, Hillsboro resident Andres Escobedo was sentenced to three years and four months of jail time for driving drunk and causing the death of his fiancé Ashley Dettra. This is a very tragic story – Escobedo is only 21 years old. But drunk driving is a major problem and considering the way he was […]

Communicating with Your Honest Portland Attorney

Communicating with Your Honest Portland Attorney

We seem to get a lot of calls from people who are unhappy with their personal injury attorney. The #1 complaint? “I never hear from my lawyer.” If you’re looking for an honest Portland attorney, it’s important to keep communication in mind. A good Portland personal injury attorney will be available to his clients and […]

Portland Premises Liability: Suing for Injuries on Government Property

Every year, many people are injured on government property – in parks, recreation centers, public pools, on city streets, etc. But premises liability claims against the government are much more complicated than claims against private property owners. If you’ve been injured on government (including state, country, etc.), keep reading for some important information for filing […]

Personal Injury Protection Law Upheld in Oregon Against Farmers Insurance

Last month, the Oregon Supreme Court upheld a decision that will force Farmer’s Insurance Company of Oregon to pay $8.9 million to injured Oregonians. According to the court, Farmers failed to comply with laws that regulate personal injury protection (PIP) benefits. According to Oregon statute ORS 742.520, insurance companies are required to cover the costs […]