FAQ’s About Auto Accident Insurance in Oregon

FAQ’s About Auto Accident Insurance in Oregon

What if the other driver was at fault, but doesn’t have insurance? How will I pay my bills? Well, to pay your bills initially, you will be able to use your PIP. But in addition to PIP, you will also have other coverage in your policy to cover expenses over $15,ooo. In Oregon, every driver […]

What is PIP (Personal Injury Protection)?

    Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage and claims have to do with “no fault” car insurance.  What this means is that if you are injured in an auto, bicycle or pedestrian accident, your auto insurance provides a minimum of one year and $15,000 in no-fault medical coverage.  PIP insurance also provides wage loss coverage. […]

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 […]

Nine Injured in Head-On Crash

Date: January 16, 2010 Location: U.S. 101 near Florence, Oregon Names: Han Kim, David Chai, Esther King, Bin Seo, Minhye Park, Brandon Schooley, Nicholas Torres, Samantha Frese, Felicia Baldwin In a devastating head-on crash January 16, 2010, nine people in two cars were injured, three of them seriously, according to The Oregonian. The crash took […]