The city of Lake Oswego is situated south of Portland in Clackamas County in Oregon. Located near Rivergrove, Oak Grove and Durham cities, Lake Oswego offers a great number of choices for quality shopping, accommodation, dining, and sightseeing.
Tourist attractions include Aero Classics LLC, Oswego Heritage Council and Visual Flow-Incorporated.
Lake Oswego has a total land area of 10.68 square miles and an estimated population of 37,243. This affluent city has a thriving economy consisting of various industries engaged in professional, scientific, and technical services, manufacturing, retail trade, health care and social assistance, finance and insurance, wholesale trade, and educational services.
Its residents work as managers, sales representatives, top executives, sales related workers, computer specialists, retail sales workers and lawyers.
An Older Than Average Population
The median age of Lake Oswego residents is 45.8 years, higher than the Oregon state median of 36.8 years old. As the population of Lake Oswego continues to age, more elderly residents are admitted at nursing care homes.
Elderly people are vulnerable to physical, emotional and financial abuse. Common types of abuse include:
- Abandonment by persons responsible for their care
- Dehydration and malnourishment
- Failing to treat a medical condition
- Inflicting physical pain
- Over medication
- Financial abuse or exploiting the financial resources of the elderly
- Sexual abuse
- Emotional abuse through verbal assaults and threats
Abuse may often be undetected until serious injury or damage has set in. If your loved one is the victim of elderly abuse, they may be entitled to compensation under Oregon laws.
In Oregon, Chapter 124 of the Oregon Revised Statutes allows elderly persons to file an action against persons who inflict or cause physical or financial abuse. If proven in court, your loved one may be awarded damages for monetary and non-monetary injuries, attorney’s fees and the service costs of a conservator or guardian who may be appointed as a result of the litigation.
In Lake Oswego and other parts of Portland, Oregon, the personal injury attorneys of Dwyer Williams Cherkoss Attorneys, PC have over 75 years of combined experience and have handled over 600 personal injury cases in the past three years.
We handle a wide range of personal injury cases including auto, truck, and bicycle accidents, brain injury, dog bite, wrongful death and DUI driving. Call us today at 541-617-0555 for a free assessment of your situation.
Directions to Our Oregon Personal Injury Attorneys from Lake Oswego, OR
These directions are from Google Maps starting from:
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Total Est. Time: 3h 6 mins
Total Est. Distance: 168 mi
- Head east on Greentree Cir
- Turn right to stay on Greentree Cir
- Turn right onto Greentree Rd
- Take the 1st left onto Sunny Hill Dr
- Turn right onto Stafford Rd
- At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto SW Stafford Rd
- At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit and stay on SW Stafford Rd
- Turn right to merge onto I-205 S
- Merge onto I-205 S
- Take the Interstate 5 S exit on the left toward Salem
- Merge onto I-5 S
- Take exit 253 for OR-22/OR-99E toward Detroit Lake/Bend
- Turn left onto OR-22 E/Mission St SE (signs for Detroit Lake/Bend)
- Slight left onto OR-126 E/US-20 E
- Slight right to merge onto US-97 S/Bend Pkwy toward Mt Bachelor/Klamath Falls
- Turn right onto NW Hawthorne Ave (signs for Hawthorne Avenue)
- NW Hawthorne Ave turns slightly right and becomes NW Oregon Ave
- Turn right onto NW Bond St
- Destination will be on the left
We are located at:
1051 NW Bond St #310
Bend, OR 97701