Certificate of Merit for Medical Malpractice Lawsuit | Washington Law Malpractice Certificates

The state of Washington created a law in 2006 designed to reform medical malpractice lawsuits. Part of the law required those wishing to file medical malpractice suits to obtain certificates of merit before they could actually file a lawsuit. In other words, patients who were victims of medical mistakes had to find an expert (probably… read more

Warning to Attorneys: Be Careful What You Post Online

With nearly everyone involved in some sort of social networking, it seems nothing is sacred anymore. Privacy? What’s that? Blog or tweet first and pay later. Well, the judicial system is not having it. Lawyers who blog, tweet, or otherwise publicize their critical opinions about judges, clients, or anything work-related had better be prepared for… read more

Oregon Coast Aviation Accident | Portland Airplane Accident Lawyer

A tragic accident on the Oregon Coast last summer resulted in the deaths of five people. The accident involved a single-engine plane that crashed into a vacation home. The pilot, a passenger, and three children in the home were killed. How do you overcome such a tragedy? To make matters worse, now a report by… read more

Oregon AMR Paramedic Accused of Molesting Women

There’s been a disturbing story in the Oregonian that I’ve been following. A paramedic with a local ambulance company, American Medical Response (AMR), was accused of sexually molesting women as they were taken to hospitals. Now, if an ambulance is called, you can assume that the person requiring transporting is probably in a vulnerable and… read more