What to do After an Accident with a Car that is Parked Illegally
Posted on October 28, 2020 in Car Accident
Drivers in Oregon know that car accidents occur in a wide variety of ways. This includes accidents involving illegally parked cars. Determining liability in the aftermath of a car accident can be complicated, especially when dealing with an incident involving parked vehicles. Here, we want to discuss what you can do in the aftermath of… read more
Should I Post to Social Media About My Car Accident?
Posted on October 14, 2020 in Car Accident
If you or somebody you care about has been injured or sustained property damage in an accident caused by another driver, there are various factors you need to consider when working to secure compensation for your claim. One thing that many accident victims do not think about is how posting to social media can affect… read more
Car Accidents in Construction Zones
Posted on October 5, 2020 in Car Accident
When you are driving your vehicle in or around a construction zone, you probably do everything you can to ensure everybody’s safety. However, accidents do occur in construction zones, and you need to know what to do if you have been involved in a collision. There may be various parties that can be held liable… read more
What is Considered an Improper Lane Change in Oregon?
Posted on September 22, 2020 in Car Accident
Most people have a thorough understanding of why traffic laws are important. Traffic laws keep us safe on the roadway by ensuring that everybody operates in an orderly fashion. This includes making proper lane changes. Unfortunately, many accidents in Oregon are caused by improper lane changes. In this state, there are two major statutes that… read more
Oregon Uninsured Motorist Laws
Posted on September 17, 2020 in Car Accident
Every state in the country requires drivers to carry auto insurance in order for them to be legal on the roadway. Oregon is no exception. Specifically, drivers in Oregon are required by law to carry the following minimum insurance, or they could face serious legal penalties: Bodily Injury: $25,000 per person and $50,000 per accident… read more
How Do I Know if I Have a Punctured Lung from a Car Accident?
Posted on September 3, 2020 in Car Accident
Vehicle accidents occur regularly throughout the state of Oregon, and these incidents often lead to severe injuries for victims. Most people think of car accident injuries as being visible, such as broken bones, lacerations, contusions, etc. However, car accidents can often lead to unseen internal injuries. One of the most severe injuries that can occur… read more
Who Is At Fault For Yellow Light Accident In OR?
Posted on August 24, 2020 in Car Accident
Contrary to what you have been taught, or what you actually do when driving, a yellow light does not mean speed up. In reality, most people understand that a yellow light means that you need to slow down. However, yellow light crashes are not uncommon in Oregon. Determining liability in the aftermath of a yellow… read more
Oregon Reckless Driving Laws
Posted on August 24, 2020 in Car Accident
Reckless driving is one of the most frequently charged traffic offenses in Oregon. Unfortunately, this type of driving behavior is not uncommon, and it can lead to devastating consequences for those on the roadway. Not only will the person charged with reckless driving face serious consequences, including possible jail time, but crash victims could face… read more
Oregon Moped, Scooter, E-Bike Law
Posted on August 19, 2020 in Car Accident
Many people in the state of Oregon use alternative modes of transportation, including mopeds, scooters, and electric bikes. However, while these modes of transportation may be convenient, there are laws in place regarding the operation of these vehicles. These laws are important to understand and follow because they help increase safety on the roadway. Accidents… read more
Oregon Hit-and-Run Laws
Posted on August 17, 2020 in Car Accident
Getting into a car accident can be devastating, and this is particularly true for those who are injured in a hit-and-run accident. In Oregon, leaving the scene of an accident, commonly referred to as a hit-and-run crash, can be a serious criminal offense. Anybody who leaves the scene of a crash could face the loss… read more