How to Reject and Respond to a Low Insurance Settlement Offer

If you or somebody you love has been injured or sustained property damage caused by the negligent actions of another individual or entity, you need to take the steps necessary to recover compensation for your losses. Unfortunately, insurance carriers are notorious for trying to get individuals to accept low settlements. Here, we want to discuss… read more

What Happens if Someone Hits You and They Don’t Have Insurance?

Getting into a car accident is not something any person enjoys, particularly if the other driver does not have insurance. This can lead to a nightmare when it comes to securing compensation for your losses, especially if the uninsured driver was at fault for the incident. Here, we want to discuss the various routes individuals… read more

What To Do If You Sustain A Spinal Cord Injury After A Car Accident

Vehicle accidents are the leading cause of spinal cord injuries across the country. If you or a loved one has sustained a spinal cord injury in a vehicle accident in the state of Oregon, there are various steps that you need to take to ensure that you recover complete compensation for your losses. Spinal cord… read more

What to do if a Government-Owned Car Hits You

Vehicle accidents occur regularly throughout Oregon. In general, most individuals are able to recover compensation if they are injured in a vehicle accident caused by the careless or negligent actions of someone else. However, what happens if you are injured or sustained property damage as a result of being hit by a government-owned vehicle? Here,… read more

Is it a Mistake to Admit Fault After a Car Accident?

If you find yourself involved in a vehicle accident, there are various steps that you can take to help ensure that you are treated fairly throughout the entire insurance claims process. Regardless of whether or not you thank you played any role in causing the crash, you need to avoid admitting fault to any person… read more

What NOT to Say After a Car Accident

If you or somebody you love has been involved in a car accident, there are various steps that you can take to help ensure that you recover any compensation you may be entitled to for your injuries or property damage. However, you have to be careful about what you say in the aftermath of a… read more

Can Fault Be Determined by Car Accident Damage?

Vehicle accidents can leave individuals suffering from significant injuries and substantial property damage. In the aftermath of a crash, it is very important to determine liability so that any victims can be compensated by at-fault parties. However, determining liability can be challenging. In most cases, investigations will be conducted so that evidence can be gathered… read more

How Oregon Drivers Can Avoid Crashes In Winter

Driving is perhaps one of the most dangerous things that we do as humans. This is particularly true when winter rolls around and snow and ice can accumulate on the roadways, leading to treacherous conditions for drivers. Here, we want to talk about some things that drivers in Oregon can do to avoid crashes during… read more

Why is August a Deadly Drunk Driving Month?

When most people think of deadly times for drunk driving, they think of major holidays like New Year’s Eve, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, etc. However, are there certain months more dangerous than others when it comes to impaired driving? Surprisingly, August is a relatively dangerous month when it comes to driving overall. Here, we want to… read more

Who Is at Fault in a Multi-Vehicle Crash?

If you have ever been in a vehicle accident, then you know that the aftermath can be challenging when it comes to securing compensation for injuries, property damage, and other losses. In general, the driver who caused the accident will be responsible for paying compensation to the other victims involved. However, determining fault in the… read more