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Oregon Work Auto Accidents

The risk of being involved in an auto accident does not go away just because you’re on the job. Jobs including truck and bus driving, contracting, delivery, and sales all demand regular travel for their employees. It’s not uncommon for an office worker to be requested to use their personal vehicle to do an errand. It’s…

In an auto accident because of a drunk driver in Oregon?

Here’s what you can do. According to the Oregon Department of Transportation, drunk driving accounted for 1,783 of the total auto accidents in . Under the Oregon vehicle code, driving with a blood alcohol content of .08% or more in non-commercial drivers or .04% or more in commercial drivers is a punishable offense in Oregon…

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In a car accident? This is why you MIGHT need an attorney.

Car accidents occur unexpectedly and can have life-altering consequences. Even seemingly small injuries can have far-reaching effects.  Fortunately, if you have been a victim of an Oregon car accident, then you can seek compensation for your losses, such as medical expenses and lost earnings, by filing a claim with the at-fault driver’s insurance company. After…

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Dangers of Auto Accidents: Lake Oswego Accident Lawyer

Every day, drivers and passengers are at risk of being in an auto accident. Even the “best” drivers are not exempt from the dangers of a collision. It can be a frightening situation to face a car accident in Oregon. Our auto accident lawyer Lake Oswego, OR can help provide clarity in what to do…

Is Oregon a No Fault State for Car Accidents?

In Oregon, the driver that caused the accident is liable for repairs, medical costs, and all other damages that result from the accident. Oregon is an at-fault state. What Happens if I Get in a Car Accident in Oregon? If you have been in an accident caused by someone else’s fault, it is important not…

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Oregon Auto Insurance Claim Laws

Oregon is a “Fault” State   In Oregon the at-fault insurance company will cover pain and suffering, loss of wages, vehicular damage, medical bills, counseling and more. You Must Report An Accident Within 72 Hours The first step you must take after being involved in an accident is to report it. You’ll need to notify…

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DUI Personal Injury Settlements

Insurance companies know that the courts look very harshly on driving under the influence, which increases the chance that either the driver’s insurance company or lawyers will attempt to settle out of court. Insurance companies will also do their best to whittle this settlement amount down to the lowest figure they can manage to save…

Drunk Driver Totaled My Car

An accident involving a drunk driver that leaves your car totaled is devastating. Not only are your health and wellness affected by the accident, but your livelihood as well. We depend on our vehicles to get to important places like school and our job. Because of this, being faced with the cost and time of…