Shlesinger & deVilleneuve | Types of Burn Injuries in Personal Injury Cases

Types of Burn Injuries in Personal Injury Cases   Personal injury cases come with a multitude of different injury types and causes. Burn injuries are the most painful and can result from accidents and liability incidents, such as defective products, car accidents, or work-related accidents. If you suffered burns from someone else’s negligence, you deserve […]

Shlesinger & deVilleneuve | Proving Lost Income and Earning Capacity

Proving Lost Income and Earning Capacity   You’re under a lot of stress physically, emotionally, and financially when you’ve been injured. The situation can be even more upsetting when your pain and loss resulting from another person’s negligent actions. You must recover lost income from this situation.   Whether your injury resulted from a car […]

Driverless Cars: Can I Relax in the Backseat

With the news of driverless cars comes the news of driverless car accidents. While computers are great, they are not full-proof. A recent investigation into a popular car manufacturer’s self-driving features determined it wouldn’t even pass a basic driver’s road test. The news seems to be covering stories of driverless car issues, from driving under […]

How to Fix Your Public Reputation

If you are a business person or public figure, your reputation is important. Unfortunately, your reputation and public image can be tarnished by the careless or intentionally slanderous words of another. If someone has made a false or harmful statement about you that hurts your business, livelihood, or public reputation, call our firm. You may […]

Breathalyzer Test in Oregon

Police officers throughout Oregon have a professional duty to identify and stop drunk drivers whenever they suspect driving under the influence, and one of the most important tools they use to identify drunk drivers is the chemical test. A police officer conducting a traffic stop for erratic driving, speeding, or another moving violation has the […]

Do You Qualify For Workers Comp?

Some people erroneously think that in order to qualify for the benefits provided by worker’s compensation, your injury or illness has to be catastrophic. Not every illness or accident you suffer on the job has to be life altering to qualify for worker’s compensation benefits in Oregon. Also, an injury does not necessarily have to […]

Shut Off and Pocket Your Smartphone

A Simple Way to Live Longer – Shut Off and Pocket Your Smartphone If you are looking for the best exercise routine, the perfect diet or another way to extend your life, look no further. Researchers have found the single most important action every living adult person can do every day to dramatically increase your […]

What to do if struck by a Motor Vehicle?

Pedestrians who are struck by a motor vehicle are generally covered under the driver’s Oregon’s no-fault insurance provision for medical expenses and lost wages.  Medical coverage is usually $15,000 for two years and wage loss can be as much as $3,000 per month up to 52 weeks. If negligence can be proven, such as being […]

Been a Victim of a Dog Attack?

Dog Owners Are Responsible for Their Dogs Know the Signs That a Dog Bite is Imminent Did you know that smiling is a sign of aggression to a dog and can trigger an attack? It’s true. Dogs don’t recognize emotions such as human happiness or sadness, and even if they did such emotions would be […]

Do Pedestrians Have Rights After A Car Accident? (Part 2)

If the pedestrian does not reside with a family member who has auto insurance, and the pedestrian does not have their own auto policy then the next obligated payer of medical expenses in line is the pedestrian’s health insurance. Or, if a PIP policy is applicable but the $15,000 benefit is exhausted, the health insurance is […]