What if Someone Causes Me to Crash but Didn’t Hit Me? Phantom Vehicles If you’re in an accident that some other driver caused but there was no contact between the cars so you’re driving and someone cuts you off and slams on the brakes and you swerve and you end up hitting a tree but you don’t actually hit their car, that’s called a “phantom vehicle.”
Typical Truck Accident Case Oregon truck accident attorney Sean DuBois tells the story of a commercial truck driver who was injured in a car crash on the job.
Getting Medical Bills Paid Quickly
Oregon personal injury lawyer Sean DuBois tells a story about a man who was seriously injured and was being ignored by his attorney at the time. Sean DuBois was able to put a demand package together for the insurance company of the other driver, and make them pay their full policy limit right away.
Dealing with Insurance Companies When Your Claim is Denied
Portland auto accident attorney Sean DuBois tells a story about a woman who was involved in an auto accident, where she was struck by another driver who ran a red light. When the insurance company of the man who hit her said it was her fault and refused to pay, Sean DuBois was hired.
General Personal Injury Information:
Our Communication Policy
The Portland personal injury law firm of DuBois Law Group have implemented a communications policy so that they may communicate with their clients effectively.
Working with Your Doctor
Portland personal injury attorney Sean DuBois explains how they make sure the clients start getting the treatment they need to get better after an accident.
How Case Worth is Determined
Determining what your injury case is worth is not as simple as adding up numbers. An attorney has to look at the details on a case-by-case basis. And even then, there’s no guarantee until both sides have argued their case, and then, in only about 5% of personal injury cases, what a jury decides.
Recovering from Car Accident-Related PTSD Post-traumatic stress after a car accident is very real, and very stressful. It’s hard to juggle medical bills, insurance companies and the legal stuff. Contact a qualified attorney so you don’t have to.