These are real stories about our Portland personal injury clients. All names of individuals have been changed to protect the innocent and the guilty alike. But names of insurance companies are real, and the details of what happened have not been changed.
- “Scott” was walking to work near PSU when he was hit by car. The driver was not paying attention and turned left into Scott, who fell on his left side and was knocked unconscious. Several of his co-workers saw the accident from the storefront, and witnesses said he had the walk sign. Suffering from the symptoms of a traumatic brain injury, Scott had dizziness, nausea, and headaches. He was unable to work or attend classes, which hurt him greatly financially as well as delayed his graduation. After working with several doctors, specialists, and a cognitive therapist, Scott knew his case had gotten too big to handle himself and hired traumatic brain injury lawyer Joshua Shulman.
- “Wade” is blind, but knows his way around Portland. In November of 2010, a Chevy can hit him while making a fast right turn. Wade was thrown to the ground, and his ankle was fractured and his shoulder dislocated. The shoulder eventually required surgery and over 6 months of physical therapy. After the therapy was done, Wade started looking for an attorney to help him investigate the case and get him compensation. After calling Shulman DuBois several times, he felt comfortable hiring car accident attorney Sean DuBois for his case.