What is the Difference Between Workers Comp and Employers Liability?

Work injuries are not uncommon throughout our region. Regardless of what type of work a person is involved in, there is always a risk that an employee can sustain an injury or illness. Whether you work in the trucking industry, in agriculture, in fisheries, or at an office complex, there are ways to sustain injuries…. read more

Who Can File Wrongful Death In Oregon?

Losing somebody that you love and care about is incredibly difficult. If the death of your loved one was caused by the careless, negligent, or intentional actions of another individual or entity, this compounds the tragedy of the situation. Family members in these situations should be able to recover compensation for their losses by filing… read more

What Are The Different Types Of Bone Fractures?

Broken and fractured bones occur regularly, and they can lead to immense pain and suffering for a victim. Bone fractures can occur in various ways, including vehicle accidents, sports injuries, slip and fall accidents, workplace accidents, and more. Victims of broken bones can often secure compensation for their injuries from the negligent party that caused… read more

Understanding the Limits of the Attorney-Client Privilege

The attorney-client privilege is something that most people have heard about in some form or another. Typically, most of us see this referred to on police procedural shows or movies when an attorney refuses to speak to police officers about their client by claiming a special attorney-client privilege that prevents them from doing so. This… read more

Signs Of A Concussion After A Car Accident

Getting into a car accident can be a scary experience, and these incidents can lead to victims sustaining various injuries. One type of injury that it is relatively common is a concussion. Concussions are actually considered mild traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). However, even though they may be considered mild, they must be taken seriously. The… read more

Do You Need A Personal Injury Endorsement On Your Homeowners’ Insurance Policy?

A TikTok video can be up to one minute long. A tweet can reach 240 characters. Instagram captions and Facebook posts have no word limits. One thing that all of these have in common is that they could lead to a personal injury lawsuit being filed against you. If you, a spouse, or your child… read more