September, 2013

September 1, 2013

Oregon law has a statute of limitations that only allows two years for a person who has been injured in an accident to file a lawsuit.  The two-year clock starts ticking on the date the person was actually injured.  It’s imperative, if you have received personal injuries in an accident,…
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September 1, 2013

Oregon is one of several states using the 51 percent proportional comparative fault recovery analysis to determine which driver involved in a car accident is at fault.  This simply means that in order for you to file a claim or lawsuit against the other driver, you must be less than…
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September 1, 2013

In many personal injury cases, jurors may not be able to thoroughly understand the seriousness or extent of the personal injuries presented in a specific case.  Without the testimony of a physician or physical therapist, etc., the jury, and/or judge only have the testimony of someone they may consider to…
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September 1, 2013

Summer inherently provides more opportunities for people to drive across the country on vacation or to visit friends and family.  Many families save vacation time and their money for these travel events, and with a few simple precautions, they are more likely to remain safe and free from accidents. Savage…
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