Blog Posts in 2017

  • Family of Cyclist Killed in Garbage Truck Accident Files $10 Million Lawsuit

    || 13-Oct-2017

    The family of the cyclist killed in a collision with a garbage truck filed a $10 million dollar lawsuit against the driver’s company. 41-year-old Tamar Monhait was riding north on Water Avenue, just north of the Hawthorne Bridge, when the garbage truck made a left turn into her path. The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Monhait’s family by Paulson Coletti attorney John Coletti in Multnomah ...
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  • Paulson Coletti Proud to Return as a Sponsor for the 2017 Walk, Roll 'n' Run

    || 10-Oct-2017

    We are excited to say that this year’s Walk, Roll ‘n’ Run raised more than $97,000 (PDF) for United Cerebral Palsy Association of Oregon and Southwest Washington (UCP) Family Support Development! This annual fundraiser has helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years, and Paulson Coletti is proud to continue sponsoring this amazing event. “Thank you so much ...
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  • City Commissioner Nick Fish Writes Op-Ed in Support of Legal Services Corporation

    || 14-Apr-2017

    Following the President of the United States’ proposal to defund the Legal Services Corporation (LCS), Portland City Commissioner Nick Fish wrote an Op-Ed piece for Street Roots supporting the program. Fish has been a longtime supporter of the Campaign for Equal Justice (CEJ) , an organization Paulson Coletti attorney Jane Paulson serves on the board of and that that fights to ensure every ...
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