What is PIP (Personal Injury Protection)?

  Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage and claims have to do with “no fault” car insurance.  What this means is that if you are injured in an auto, bicycle or pedestrian accident, your auto insurance provides a minimum of one year and $15,000 in no-fault medical coverage.  PIP insurance also provides wage loss coverage.  PIP […]

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Fitbit Data Is Now Being Used In Personal Injury Claims

Personal injury cases can be difficult to show that someone’s injuries keep them from doing their job or daily activities. How can you show that this person deserves thousands of dollars in compensation? Lawyers may soon be able to use quantifiable data provided by fitness trackers like the Fitbit for such cases. A law firm in […]

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How to Avoid Wildlife Collisions on the Road

Animals are forced to cross roads and highways in search of food, water, cover and mates placing them in danger of vehicles driving down the road.  The number one way to avoid collisions with wildlife while on the road is to slow down.  In Oregon, the majority of vehicle-wildlife crashes occur September through November.  A […]

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When do I need to hire a Personal Injury Lawyer?

The skills and experience of a professional lawyer is worth the money in most cases.  Many claims involve complex legal rules, the severity of your injuries might cause compensation to differ from the norm or the insurance company is difficult to handle on your own.  Below is a list of types of injuries and accidents […]

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Driver Safety in Wet Road Conditions

With the rain starting to come back in Oregon, it is important to stay safe during the wet and rainy road conditions. To prepare for the weather, make sure you have windshield wipers that function properly to allow you maximum visibility while driving.  Make sure headlights, tail lights, brake lights and turn signals are all […]

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Teen Driving Safety

Teens drivers are more likely to be distracted while driving.  Texting and driving is very common among teens and it is important t0 make sure your teen understands the rules of the road to keep themselves and other drivers safe. Nearly 1/3 of all teen deaths between the ages of 16-19 are a result of […]

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Fall Conditions Driver Safety

October means a 15-20%  increase in accidents on the roads.  With the weather conditions changing, the first few rainy days make the roads extra slippery.  Oil on the road and falling leaves are important to watch out for.  Make sure to drive carefully to avoid accidents in these wet conditions.  

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