What Is Considered Employer Negligence Under the Jones Act?
Posted on April 6, 2022 in Negligence
Any person who is employed in an offshore environment has a dangerous job. In fact, offshore work is considered one of the most dangerous occupations and the country. Accidents and fatalities occur regularly in these types of jobs, and recovering compensation can be challenging. Typically, the only way for injured offshore workers to recover compensation… read more
Daycare Negligence in Oregon
Posted on December 4, 2020 in Negligence
Thousands of families in Oregon rely on daycares every day in this state. The last thing that any parent or guardian should have to worry about is their child sustaining a serious injury due to the careless or negligent actions of daycare workers. Unfortunately, injuries in daycares occur more often than they should. Licensed daycares… read more
Oregon Law: Contributory Negligence Vs. Comparative Negligence
Posted on September 15, 2020 in Negligence
Incidents that cause personal injuries often occur due to the careless or negligent actions of another party. However, determining fault in a personal injury incident is rarely cut and dry. In many cases, more than one party is to blame for a personal injury incident. Whether discussing vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, product liability… read more
What is the Difference Between Ordinary Negligence vs. Gross Negligence?
Posted on July 17, 2019 in Negligence
It is important to establish negligence in any kind of personal injury case you are seeking damages from. However, there are different kinds of negligence, and the terms you hear may confuse you. Today, we want to discuss the difference between ordinary negligence and gross negligence. We will also look at how each type of… read more