Ryan Hilts serves many cities in the state of Oregon, but there are few that he has as closer relationship with then that of Medford, Oregon. The reason being, is Ryan Hilts launched his thriving personal injury attorney career out of Medford after his college stint at both Oregon State and the University of Utah. After his extensive legal schooling he worked at an esteemed litigation firm in Medford for five years where he gained a plethora of knowledge about the legal landscape of Medford’s laws as well as the unique culture of the town and its inhabitants. It was in this time period at Medford that he was instilled with substantial experience and learned invaluable trial skills that would stay with him for years to come.
He left Medford, Oregon to pursue his own personal injury law firm in Portland, Oregon with a focus on limiting the number of cases so he could provided a very personalized result for all of his clients. This is something he found very important to the people of Medford and wanted to carry it with him wherever his new practice would reside.
Personal Injury Medford Law Experience
Ryan Hilts’ experience with Medford law and the culture strengthened by the boisterous town of Portland provides him with the perfect set of experiences to handle your Medford personal injury related case! Ryan Hilts works with you from day one to ease all the pressures and headaches that you normally feel while trying to recoup the damages from your personal injury accident. His approach makes you feel confident that you will get the best available result while you rest your injuries and take care of all the other important parts of healing.
If you want someone with knowledge and experience of Medford, Oregon’s legal system who takes a personal approach to the every case he takes on you need Ryan Hilts. For a FREE consultation please call: (503) 726-5960
“Great Performances Daily”
Ryan Hilts took much of Medford with him including the wonderful town’s motto of “Great Performances Daily” of which he embodies in each personal injury trail. Medford “great performances” vary vastly for each of its inhabitants and is likely why over 200,000 people call that metropolitan area their home; making it the 4th largest metro area in Oregon!
More About The Great City of Medford
Medford sits in a perfect location with all the wonderful landscapes in a very tempered climate. Medofrds climate is much warmer in both the summer and winter then you would expect of one of America’s more northern cities. It sits in the Rogue Valley which is often referred to as a “rain shadow” due to its position between the Cascade Range and Siskiyou Mountains. Summer sees an average of 57 days reaching over 90 degrees Fahrenheit and sees about 196 days of sun!
This oasis of weather landscape creates the perfect motivation to want to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors; enjoying the outdoors is definitely no problem at all in Medford!
The Pacific Ocean is only 75 miles west of the city with other bodies of water such as the Rogue River and Agate Lake much closer at less then 15 miles away. Included in the sites to be seen in-and-around Medford is Upper and Lower Table Rock. Medford is actually the remains of ancient volcano flow areas and is attributed to the Upper and Lower Table Rock formations as well as Mount McLoughlin and Crater Lake. In the late spring you can see the snow melting on Mount McLoughlin which Native Americans tribes referred to it as the “osprey” and the beginning of the salmon run!
By Little Mountain 5 – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0
If you’re from Medford or thinking about going I would be remiss if I did not mention one of the best parks and largest park in Medford, Prescott Park! At 1,740 protected acres of landscape it includes a 30 million year old mountain named Roxy Ann Peak that summits at 3,576 feet above seal level. If you have never been I highly recommend taking the trail of about 3.5 miles (one-way) and witness the panoramic view of the Rogue valley in which Medford sits.