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How to Find Traffic Accident Reports in Oregon

Posted on June 30, 2021 in
Oregon is a fault car accident state, meaning that drivers who are responsible for collisions must pay for their victims’ damages, whether the collision involved a car-to-car accident or pedestrian accident. If you are injured due to someone else’s negligence, you can file an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault driver....
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Who Is Responsible for a Work-Related Car Accident?

Posted on June 28, 2021 in
Car accidents can happen in any place, at any time—even on the job. Whether you have to drive a vehicle regularly or while performing work-related errands, you can sustain serious injuries in collisions with a negligent driver. Unlike other types of car accidents, collisions that occur while you are performing your work duties require...
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What Are the Leading Causes of Fatal Car Accidents?

Posted on June 25, 2021 in
Car accidents can lead to serious injuries—and in many cases, these injuries can be life-threatening. According to the Oregon Department of Transportation, 446 fatal crashes took place in Oregon during 2018. Certain acts of driver negligence are more likely to lead to fatal accidents than others, including the use of alcohol and drugs, speeding,...
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What Are the Most Common Injuries in Car Accidents?

Posted on June 23, 2021 in
Car accidents generate a large amount of force. As a result, you can sustain serious and sometimes life-threatening injuries in these collisions. The aftermath of the accident can impact you for years; depending on the nature and extent of your injuries, you may need long-term medical care and be unable to return to work,...
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Who Is At Fault in a T-Bone Car Accident?

Posted on June 18, 2021 in
A side-impact collision, also known as a T-bone accident, occurs when the front of one vehicle collides into the side of another. These crashes can lead to serious, potentially life-threatening injuries, such as internal organ damage and broken bones. If you are injured in a T-bone collision in Oregon, you may have the right...
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