Can a Personal Injury Settlement Affect My Bankruptcy?

If you or somebody you care about has been injured due to the careless or negligent actions of another individual, business, or entity, you will likely be able to recover some sort of compensation. This includes coverage of your medical bills, lost income, household out-of-pocket expenses, and more. However, what happens if you are going… read more

What Should I Know About Mediation for a Car Accident Case?

If you or a loved one have been injured in a car accident caused by the actions of another driver on the roadways of Oregon, then you are likely entitled to compensation for your losses. The vast majority of car accident claims are resolved through settlements with insurance carriers, but that is not always the… read more

What Do You Do If You Hit A Cyclist?

Bicycling is a popular activity throughout the state of Oregon. In general, drivers must treat bicycles as vehicles and proceed with caution when operating on the roadway around them. Unfortunately, there are still times when vehicle versus bicycle accidents occur. What happens if you hit a bicyclist with your vehicle? Here, we want to discuss… read more

What Are Interrogatories in a Personal Injury Case?

If you or somebody you care about has been injured due to the actions of another individual or entity, there is a chance that you will be able to recover compensation for your losses. Often, this will mean that you receive compensation through an insurance settlement. However, it may be necessary to file a personal… read more

Top 5 Mistakes to Avoid After a Car Accident in Oregon

Getting into a car accident can be a confusing and scary experience. In the aftermath of the crash, there are several steps that you should always take to ensure that the situation is handled properly and that you receive any compensation you are entitled to. However, there are also several mistakes that car accident victims… read more

Oregon Pedestrian Right-of-Way Laws

Pedestrians and vehicles are often around one another throughout Oregon, particularly near towns and cities. Regardless of whether you are a driver or a pedestrian in this state, you need to be aware of the laws that can affect pedestrian safety. Pedestrians do have the right-of-way in many situations, but this right-of-way is not unlimited…. read more

Can I Sue For Lost Wages in a Personal Injury Claim?

If you or somebody you care about has been injured due to the actions of another individual, business, or entity, then you will likely be able to recover compensation for your injuries and other losses. In most cases, injury victims are able to recover a variety of economic and non-economic compensation to ensure they are… read more

Can A Traumatic Brain Injury Worsen Over Time?

Traumatic brain injuries often lead to a range of short- and long-term consequences for victims. In many cases, a person is only temporarily disabled and able to make a complete recovery. Unfortunately, there are times when a traumatic brain injury worsens over time. Here, we want to discuss why a brain injury might worsen and… read more

What is the Statute of Limitations for Oregon Medical Malpractice Lawsuits?

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?

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