Oregon readers will be saddened to learn of the tragic death of a man who was on the job when he died. The man worked in another state on the site of the construction of a new stadium for a major league football team. Now, the survivors of the man may seek a claim from his home state's workers' compensation insurance program.
The unfortunate truth in Oregon and elsewhere is that in some cases, young drivers get into accidents due to their lack of experience driving. This may be a part of what happened in one recent auto accident. In that incident, two teens lost their lives, including the 18-year-old driver.
Few things are as frightening as experiencing a car accident while driving with children in the vehicle. Many people fear their children being injured in such an incident far more than they fear injuries to themselves. One recent crash which occurred sent five children to the hospital with injuries that were fortunately not life-threatening in nature. However, the injuries could necessitate medical bills that ultimately lead to an auto accident claim being filed in an Oregon civil court.
An unfortunate incident happened recently on an Oregon farm. The Forest Grove area farm was staffed by people working in the fields harvesting vegetables such as beets. Unfortunately, one of those who were working in the fields suffered injury when his leg became caught in a farm machine. The injury may result in the man making a claim to our state's workers' compensation program.
Oregon police are investigating an incident that happened recently on our state's roadways. The auto accident claimed the life of one man who was a passenger in the only car involved in the incident and injured the driver of the car. The crash happened just five miles west of Elkton on a weekday afternoon.