Missed Work Due to a Car Accident Injury? It’s Time to File a Wage Loss Claim

Missed Work Due to a Car Accident Injury? It’s Time to File a Wage Loss Claim Managing injury recovery is the top priority after a car or truck accident. Your health certainly comes first in these situations. However, once the dust settles after an accident, it’s time to look at wage loss claims. If you … Read More

Car Accidents That Lead To Surgery

Car Accidents That Lead To Surgery: A Costly Situation Most car accidents lead to injury of some kind. In some cases, injuries are minor, such as cuts and bruises. In other cases, injuries are much more serious. In these serious incidences, surgery is often required. When surgery makes its way into the picture, many other … Read More

Do You Know The Signs And Symptoms Of Shock After A Car Accident?

Do You Know The Signs And Symptoms Of Shock After A Car Accident? We all know that car accidents can cause some very serious injuries. One of the injuries that doesn’t get talked about very much is shock. Shock is a type of delayed injury that can lead to some very serious consequences to your … Read More

Seven Proven Ways to Maximize Your Oregon Personal Injury Settlement

Maximizing Your Personal Injury Settlement Being involved in an auto accident can be a traumatic experience. The physical injuries and mental agony notwithstanding, dealing with the medical bills and loss of income can be an ordeal in itself. This is why you need to fight for a fair settlement since it can pay for your … Read More

Slip and Fall Cases Caused by Negligence

Slip-and-fall cases fit in the category of premises liability.  That basically means that there is something wrong with a property which causes an injury.  Slip-and-fall cases usually have the same basic fact pattern—there is some problem with the property, whether something left on the ground (liquid, or something slippery, or a defective rug) or something … Read More

Will ODOT Take Action After a Deadly Accident?

Portland’s news channel, KGW, reports that two young women, both Pacific University students, were killed in a car crash at the intersection of Oregon 47 and Verboort Road near Forest Grove.  Marilee Peters, who has lived next to the intersection for a quarter century called it a very dangerous stretch of road.  She said, “I don’t know … Read More

Insurer Blames Phantom “Preexisting Condition” For Injuries, Pays Up

Our client was idling in his pickup truck at a Eugene, Oregon intersection when another driver traveling on road intersecting his drifted into our client’s lane and smashed the front left side car.  That driver was moving at 60 miles per hour when the collision occurred and our client was seriously injured, who was diagnosed … Read More