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September 2019 Archives

Helping you recover damages following a car crash

Motor vehicles are heavily relied on to get to and from destinations. This is evidenced by the constant traffic experienced on the roadways in Oregon and elsewhere. And while numerous motorists follow the rues of the road while traveling on the road, the reality is that some fail to uphold their duty to drive safely. They choose to text on their phone, drink and drive or even drive while fatigued. These situations present many dangers on the roadways, sometimes resulting in a serious or even fatal car accident.

Rehabilitation following a workplace accident

Whether a person works in an industry that is inherently dangerous or in an office setting, a workplace accident or illness could occur in almost any work environment in Oregon and elsewhere. It is not always apparent that a person is suffering from a medical condition that was caused by the workplace. In these matters, it is important for workers to consider their rights and options when it comes to securing workers' compensation to address the harms and damages caused by a workplace incident.

Two homeless people injured in Portland hit-and-run

The roadways can be a very dangerous place. Vehicles traveling at a high rate of speed can present various dangers, and a sudden negligent or reckless act can turn a vehicle into something deadly. It is not just other motorists and travelers on the roadway that need to be aware of these dangers. Pedestrians and those near the roadways could fall victim to a serious automobile collision in Oregon and elsewhere.

Why left-hand turns endanger motorcyclists

While motorcycles are often a fun, economical and efficient way to commute, they leave riders vulnerable to serious injuries or death in an automobile collision. After all, motorcycles lack the steel cage that protects drivers of most cars, trucks and SUVs. 

Prevalence of distracted driving may be woefully underreported

Whether a person is a seasoned driver or has just obtained his or her driver's license, the reality is that dangers and risks are faced by all motorists in Oregon and elsewhere. Although drivers are taught to follow the rules of the road and drive safely, many motorists fail to do so. This can occur in major ways, such as drunk driving, and in minor ways, such as glancing away from the road while one changes the radio or answers a phone call.

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