What Are The Signs And Symptoms Of Shock After A Car Accident?

Car accidents often result in serious physical injuries. In many cases, these injuries are immediately recognizable and can include a fracture, burns, head trauma, or spinal cord damage when they occur. However, there are other injuries that are also serious but have delayed signs and symptoms. Shock is one of these injuries, and it is… read more

Understanding the Good Samaritan Laws in Oregon

You may have heard about the concept of “Good Samaritan” laws but not really understood what they do and who they protect. There are times when situations arise in which a person is injured and would benefit from the help of a nearby bystander. However, there have been times in which people face lawsuits for… read more

Recognizing the Seriousness of Chest Pains After a Car Accident

Car accidents often result in victims sustaining serious injuries. In many cases, these injuries are immediately recognizable. Injuries such as lacerations, open head wounds, broken bones, and burns are a few examples of injuries that are recognized immediately and treated quickly. However, there are other types of car accident injuries that do not appear right… read more

How Keeping An Injury Journal Can Help Your Claim

If you have been injured in an accident that was caused by the careless or negligent actions of another person, you will likely be working to secure compensation for your losses. This can include coverage of your medical bills, lost income, as well as pain and suffering damages. Unfortunately, securing the compensation you are entitled… read more

Does Daylight Savings Time Lead To Car Accidents?

We have all heard of Daylight Savings Time. Most people now that it is the period that they have to change their clocks, though it is likely you have to check whether your clock is supposed to go forward or backward an hour. For Daylight Savings Time, we set our clocks ahead an hour ahead… read more