Portland Personal Injury Blog

Why Pursue A Wrongful Death Claim

Before discussing wrongful death laws, let us focus for a minute on the propriety of bringing a wrongful death lawsuit in the first place. There are some who think it’s wrong to accept money because someone died. We understand that accepting money due to the death of a loved one can seem wrong. But when […]

Read More »

What Is My Personal Injury Case Worth?

What is a broken arm worth? How about a bulging vertebral disc that causes nerve pain down the arm for six months until surgery fixes it? What if the surgery doesn’t work? Unfortunately, there is no concrete science on how to determine how much an injury case is worth since each case is as different […]

Read More »

An Overview of Wrongful Death Claims

Overview of Wrongful Death Claims Wrongful death claims are complicated, but we are here to help you learn enough about the process to decide whether pursuing a case is in the best interests of you and your family, and if so, to help you understand the steps. Because it is complicated, many questions arise in a […]

Read More »

Back-to-school Safety Tips for Drivers

As the school year starts up again, the roads get busier and things can get a little crazy. Buses are on new routes, kids are on bikes or walking and parents are rushing to drop kids off before work. This is an important time for drivers to slow down and pay attention, especially at times […]

Read More »

Dealing with Post-Traumatic Stress (PTSD) After a Car Crash

Many different things can cause PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), and car crashes are a very common one. It is normal after a traumatic experience to feel frightened, overwhelmed, and in most cases these feelings go away with time and life returns to normal. Treating PTSD after a car crash can be just as important as […]

Read More »

Are Your Children Protected from Tip-Over Accidents?

The Consumer Product Safety Commission continues its campaign to increase public awareness of child safety and accident prevention caused by furniture falling over. It isn’t hard to understand why when you consider that 200 children have lost their lives in tip-over incidents in the last 10 years and 1000’s more have required hospital treatment for […]

Read More »