What is Dooring and How Can it Be Prevented?
Posted on August 28, 2019 in Bicycle Accident
If you are a bicycle rider, whether for recreation or for regular transportation, you know there are risks involved. Regardless of how safely you ride, you cannot predict the actions and behaviors of other drivers. During the latest reporting year in Oregon, there were nearly 800 bicycle crashes. These led to 10 fatalities and 754… read more
Third-Party Liability in a Construction Accident
Posted on August 21, 2019 in Construction Accidents
If you or someone you love works in the construction industry, then you know there are more risks involved than most workers face in their jobs. However, that does not mean you should not be able to recover a fair compensation for your injuries. In many cases, construction accident injuries are caused by third-party contractors… read more
Can a Brain Injury Occur Without Loss of Consciousness?
Posted on August 14, 2019 in Brain Injury
Brain injuries are some of the most devastating injuries that can happen to a person. They have a range of consequences for victims, from short- to long-term disabilities. In some cases, a brain injury leads to the need for lifelong care. However, one question many people have is – Can a person suffer a brain… read more
Understanding Flat Bed Truck Accidents and the Negligence That Causes Them
Posted on August 7, 2019 in Truck Accidents
Accidents involving large flatbed trucks are much more devastating than regular passenger vehicle crashes. However, these crashes happen all the time in the United States and in Oregon. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) tells us that there were approximately 148,000 people injured and 4,761 people were killed in large truck crashes during the… read more