Avoid Injury in the Warmer Months

Although we tend to classify winter as the most dangerous time of the year due to the hazardous road conditions and slippery pavement, surprisingly, when warmer weather begins to surface, more accidents tend to happen.  Some accidents can’t be avoided, … Continued

Filing a Personal Injury Claim for Your Child

Parents always do all they can to protect their children to the best of their abilities.  Unfortunately, even with a diligent, watchful eye, accidents can happen. In some instances, these accidents and injuries can be caused by the negligence of … Continued

Understanding Worker’s Compensation in Oregon

Worker’s compensation exists to help anyone who got hurt on the job, as it’s the responsibility of the employer to minimize risk and ensure their employees are safe. In Oregon, the complexity of these laws may make it hard to … Continued

Can You Seek a Personal Injury Claim Against a Cat

Personal injury claims that involve animals most typically involve injuries caused by dogs. This makes sense since dogs are larger, and tend to be more territorial about their property. Dogs can also be trained to be aggressive towards strangers. Dogs … Continued

What Is Pain and Suffering in a Personal Injury Claim

When it comes to personal injury claims, you’ll often hear the term pain and suffering used when evaluating damages. The terms pain and suffering are used to describe both the physical and mental anguish that arose due to the incident. … Continued

Evaluating Yourself Following A Bicycle Accident

Bicycle accidents can be caused by a wide variety of factors, but they often involve miscommunications or a clear negligent interaction between bicyclists and motor vehicles. When these accidents happen, no potential injuries should be just ignored. In some instances, … Continued

Can A Car Accident Injure The Spinal Cord

What Is a Spinal Cord Injury? Your spinal cord, along with your brain, is part of your central nervous system. Your brain sends signals through your spinal cord all over your body for all sorts of purposes. A spinal cord … Continued