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What Is the Difference Between Express and Implied Consent?

Posted on February 8, 2024 in
Consent is an important issue in certain kinds of personal injury cases, such as many based on medical malpractice. In Oregon, failure to obtain informed consent can constitute medical malpractice even if the procedure was otherwise medically justified.  Two forms of consent are relevant: express consent and implied consent. Either form can be used...
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10 Tips for Maximizing Compensation in Your Portland Personal Injury Case 

Posted on November 27, 2023 in
Oregon state law governs Portland personal injury claims. Nevertheless, personal injury cases work much the same way in Oregon as they do in other states, and the same can be said about strategies for maximizing compensation. Following are 10 of many possible strategies for maximizing the value of your personal injury claim.  Preserve Evidence...
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What to Wear to Court in Portland, OR

Posted on August 10, 2023 in
During the course of your personal injury case, there may come a time when you’ll need to attend court in Portland. Going to court can be stressful for various reasons, especially if it’s your first time. Whether your case involves a car accident or medical malpractice, you can rely on your lawyer to skillfully...
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The Process of Receiving a Settlement Check in Portland

Posted on July 5, 2023 in
Most personal injury cases settle. Usually, this is a good thing. It means that the victim gets their money faster than if they went to trial. It also means that both parties can avoid a lengthy and expensive court case.  Once you agree to settle, some steps must be taken before receiving your settlement...
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Basic Portland Personal Injury Settlement Breakdown: How Much Goes in My Pocket?

Posted on February 11, 2023 in
Negotiating a Portland personal injury settlement for, say, a truck accident or a wrongful death, is tricky business. The opposing party might be able to reduce your settlement based on comparative fault, the uncertainty of the results should your case go to trial or other factors.  Once you negotiate a specific amount, however, you...
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