What is the Statute of Limitations for Oregon Medical Malpractice Lawsuits?
Posted on January 29, 2021 in Medical Malpractice
Medical mistakes can be devastating. Victims who are harmed due to a medical professional’s careless or negligent actions often sustain extensive injuries or illnesses that can lead to immense pain and suffering, long recovery times, and even permanent disabilities. In these cases, victims should be able to recover compensation through a medical malpractice lawsuit against… read more
What Is The Difference Between First-Party And Third-Party Insurance?
Posted on January 25, 2021 in Portland Personal Injury Lawyer
Car insurance is something that every driver is familiar with. At least, they should be familiar with insurance if they want to remain legal on the roadway. Throughout the Pacific Northwest and all of the United States, all drivers are required to carry a minimum amount of insurance. Each state is allowed to set the… read more
What Is Patient Abandonment?
Posted on January 22, 2021 in Medical Malpractice
When a person is undergoing treatment for an illness or an injury, they place their trust in medical providers. A doctor, nurse, or another type of medical professional will be the one to answer your questions, address your concerns, and handle your treatment. However, there are times when a health care provider may abandon a… read more
What Are The Major Causes Of Scaffolding Accidents?
Posted on January 18, 2021 in Construction Accidents
Scaffolding is one of the most important structures at many construction sites, particularly those that involve multiple levels. However, scaffolding accidents are a leading cause of injuries in the construction industry. Here, we want to discuss the major causes of scaffolding accidents. In general, these incidents are entirely preventable, and it is not uncommon to… read more
The 5 Most Common Hidden Car Accident Injuries
Posted on January 15, 2021 in Car Accident
Car accidents can be a terrifying experience for the drivers and passengers involved. Often, injuries caused by a car accident or immediately visible and known. However, there are times when a person involved in a vehicle accident may not know that they are injured right away. It is not uncommon for vehicle crash victims to… read more
Oregon Texting And Driving Laws
Posted on January 11, 2021 in Car Accident
All too often, we hear about car accidents caused by texting and driving. Nearly everybody has a cell phone or another type of device that can cause distractions behind the wheel of a vehicle. With all of us having mini-computers in our pockets, it can be very tempting to check text messages, glance at the… read more
Oregon Loss of Consortium Claim
Posted on January 8, 2021 in Portland Personal Injury Lawyer
It is not uncommon to see that someone has been awarded “loss of consortium” damages as a result of a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit in Oregon. The word “consortium” will likely be unfamiliar to those who do not have much legal experience. However, these damages play a significant role in helping personal injury… read more
How To Take Pictures For Evidence After An Auto Accident
Posted on January 4, 2021 in Car Accident
Car accidents can be terrifying and confusing, particularly in the immediate aftermath of the incident. However, the minutes after an accident occur often the best time to gather evidence that will likely disappear as soon as the scene is cleaned up. For those involved in a crash, taking photographs can be one of the best… read more