Free Consultations 24/7 (503) 272-8986 Toll Free (855) 503-5035

Personal Injury Blog

Request Free Consultation
Tillmann Law Personal Injury Lawyers - Personal injury attorneys located in 101 SW Main St. #1905 Portland, OR 97204

When to Hire an Attorney For a Car Accident

Posted on April 3, 2021 in
Every year, thousands of people suffer injuries in car accidents. In Oregon, at-fault drivers are responsible for paying for the damages of their victims, including medical expenses, lost wages, and vehicle repairs. If you are in an accident that someone else caused, you can recover this compensation through a personal injury lawsuit or insurance...
Read More

What Happens After a Deposition in a Car Accident Case?

Posted on April 2, 2021 in
Oregon is a fault car accident state, which means that drivers responsible for car accidents must pay for their victims’ damages. If you sustain injuries in a car accident that someone else caused, you have two options to pursue compensation: you can file an insurance claim, or you can file a personal injury lawsuit...
Read More

How Long Do Settlements Take for Car Accidents in Portland?

Posted on April 1, 2021 in
If you suffer injuries in a car accident, you may have the right to pursue a claim against the at-fault driver. Oregon is a fault accident state, which means that drivers who are responsible for car accidents must pay for the damages of their victims. Through an accident claim, you can recover compensation for...
Read More

Portland Personal Injury Lawsuit Timeline

Posted on March 31, 2021 in
When you file a personal injury claim in Oregon, your top priority is to secure compensatory damages and recover from your losses. To obtain this compensation, you and your attorney will need to navigate a series of important steps and prove that the at-fault party is responsible for your injuries. Depending on the complexity...
Read More

Personal Injury Settlement Agreements Explained

Posted on March 30, 2021 in
A personal injury case often concludes in one of two ways: through a verdict or through a settlement. While the court issues a verdict at the conclusion of a trial, a settlement can occur before you file a lawsuit or before the case reaches the courtroom. If you choose to settle your case before...
Read More
Google Rating
4.9
Based on 54 reviews
×
js_loader