What Role Do Expert Witnesses Play in a Brain Injury Case?

If a person sustains a brain injury caused by the careless or negligent actions of another individual, entity, or company, they may be able to recover compensation for their losses. Typically, this means filing a personal injury lawsuit against the alleged negligent entity and gathering enough evidence to prove what happened. Sometimes, expert witnesses will… read more

Potential Long-Term Effects of a Brain Injury

Brain injuries can range significantly in severity, from relatively minor concussions to significant trauma that can affect a person’s day-to-day life. Here, we want to examine some of the long-term effects that a brain injury can have on an individual. These effects can include both cognitive and physical disabilities that require major medical care and… read more

What Injuries Are Commonly Caused by Wildfires?

Wildfires not only cause devastation to forests and grasslands but also leave people and animals in their vicinity with significant injuries and illnesses. Oregon’s Department of Emergency Management maintains its Wildfire Response and Recovery website, which provides regular updates on the current fire situation. By staying updated, you can take action to avoid the damaging… read more

Dealing With an Insurance Company After an Oregon Wildfire

After an Oregon wildfire, you will likely turn to your homeowner’s insurance for help. What you may not expect is how they may try to reduce or minimize your claim. Instead of struggling to negotiate a satisfactory settlement, take these simple steps to protect your compensation and speak to an Oregon wildfire attorney as soon… read more