Salem, the capital of Oregon and county seat of Marion County, is less than an hour’s drive away from Portland. Situated in Willamette Valley along the Willamette River, the city of Salem offers a wide range of choices for shopping, dining, accommodations, sightseeing, and recreational activities. Other places of interest include the Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Elsinore Theatre, Mission Mill Museum, and Riverfront Park.
The metropolitan area of Salem has a total area of 48.45 square miles and an estimated population of 400,408, making it the 2nd largest city in the State of Oregon. Salem is blessed with a Marine West Coast (oceanic) climate that is characterized by warm summers and cool winters, with a narrow range of temperatures.
Salem has a robust economy supported by a strong agricultural food processing, construction, educational services, accommodation and food services, health care and forestry, fishing and hunting industries. The city is also the home of Kettle Foods, Inc., NORPAC Foods, Inc. and Oregon Fruit Products, Inc.
Residents of Salem are engaged in management and production occupations, building and grounds cleaning and maintenance jobs, sales, electrical equipment maintenance and repair works and as truck drivers and agricultural workers. Workers and employees in Salem usually travel to work by car, taxi, motorcycle or bicycle, exposing them to risks of serious road accidents. Riders of bicycles, in particular, are at a higher risk of suffering from crash injuries when they collide with motorized vehicles.
If you, or someone you love, is involved in a bicycle accident on Oregon roads, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries.
Operators of motor vehicles are required to observe additional road safety rules when traveling along roads with bicycles. In particular, motorists are required to yield to bicycles in a bike lane or sidewalk and must drive on the left side of a bicyclist which they pass.
Injuries arising from car-bicycle accidents can have life-changing effects. In Salem, Oregon, the law firm of Dwyer Williams Cherkoss Attorneys, PC has over 75 years of combined experience in auto and bicycle accidents, helping clients recover the full value of compensation that they deserve. We also handle other types of personal injury cases such as pedestrian accidents, slip, trip and fall accidents, dog attacks and bites as well as brain injury cases. Contact us today at 541-617-0555 for a free case evaluation.
Directions to Our Oregon Personal Injury Attorneys from Salem, OR
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Salem, OR 97301
Total Est. Time: 2h 29 mins
Total Est. Distance: 131 mi
We are located at:
1558 SW Nancy Way #101, Bend, OR 97702