What Should I Do If I’ve Totaled My Car In Oregon?
Posted on March 23, 2020 in Car Accident
Getting into a car accident can be scary, regardless of the severity. Even if there are no injuries involved, the aftermath of an accident can be complicated. Many people are told that their cars are totaled after an accident. Understanding what it means to “total” a car and what you can do about it can… read more
What Is a Permissive User on a Car Insurance Policy?
Posted on March 11, 2020 in Car Accident
Car insurance can be valuable in the aftermath of a car accident, but it is important to understand who will be covered in the event an accident occurs. While it is generally understood that a person named on an insurance policy is covered in the event a crash occurs, it is not always as clear… read more
What Are The Oregon Right-of-Way Laws?
Posted on March 9, 2020 in Car Accident
It is vital that everybody on the roadway understands right-of-way laws. These laws are in place to prevent serious accidents from occurring, and they keep order on the roadway. The right-of-way laws in Oregon are similar to those in other states, so here we want to offer a brief refresher of some of the most… read more
What to Do if You Witness a Car Accident in Portland
Posted on February 27, 2020 in Car Accident
Car accidents happen without warning, and there are times when you hear an accident before you see one. However, there is a good chance that you will actually witness a car accident occurring at some point in your driving career. Many people wonder what their obligations are when they witness a Portland car accident. Here,… read more
What Are The Reporting Requirements If I’ve Been Involved In A Collision In Oregon?
Posted on February 25, 2020 in Car Accident
While nobody wants to get involved in a car accident, it is important to understand what the requirements are for reporting any incident that occurs on the roadway. For most car accidents, state law requires that an accident report be filed within 72 hours after the incident. Not only does this ensure that all legal… read more
What Are Oregon’s Hit And Run Penalties?
Posted on February 20, 2020 in Car Accident
Hit and run accidents can be incredibly deadly events. Leaving the scene of an accident is a crime in Oregon. Those who are involved in an accident and then leave the scene could face serious legal consequences if they are convicted of their crime. Any car accident can leave a person confused and scared, but… read more
Is Oregon A No-Fault State For Car Accidents?
Posted on February 13, 2020 in Car Accident
Nobody wants to get involved in a car accident. However, one of the first things drivers need to know in the aftermath of an accident is whether they are in a “fault state” or a “no-fault state.” Ideally, drivers know this information at the time they obtain insurance. Here, we want to review Oregon car… read more
What Are The Signs And Symptoms Of Shock After A Car Accident?
Posted on January 21, 2020 in Car Accident
Car accidents often result in serious physical injuries. In many cases, these injuries are immediately recognizable and can include a fracture, burns, head trauma, or spinal cord damage when they occur. However, there are other injuries that are also serious but have delayed signs and symptoms. Shock is one of these injuries, and it is… read more
Recognizing the Seriousness of Chest Pains After a Car Accident
Posted on January 14, 2020 in Car Accident
Car accidents often result in victims sustaining serious injuries. In many cases, these injuries are immediately recognizable. Injuries such as lacerations, open head wounds, broken bones, and burns are a few examples of injuries that are recognized immediately and treated quickly. However, there are other types of car accident injuries that do not appear right… read more
Does Daylight Savings Time Lead To Car Accidents?
Posted on January 7, 2020 in Car Accident
We have all heard of Daylight Savings Time. Most people now that it is the period that they have to change their clocks, though it is likely you have to check whether your clock is supposed to go forward or backward an hour. For Daylight Savings Time, we set our clocks ahead an hour ahead… read more