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How to Prove You Are Not At Fault in a Car Accident

Posted on May 3, 2021 in
Oregon is a fault insurance state, meaning that at-fault drivers are financially liable for their victims’ damages. However, determining fault in a car accident is not always an easy task. In cases involving multiple vehicles, possible negligence on the part of multiple drivers, or lack of clear evidence, it may take a significant amount...
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How Long Does It Take to Settle a Car Accident Claim?

Posted on April 30, 2021 in
After a car accident, several questions may cross your mind. You may wonder if you have any injuries, whether you will need to take your vehicle for repairs, or how to hold the other driver accountable for your injuries. You may also wonder how long it will take to settle your claim and how...
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How Does the Car Accident Settlement Process Work?

Posted on April 4, 2021 in
After an Oregon car accident, you may have grounds to pursue an insurance claim or lawsuit against the at-fault driver. Through these processes, you can recover compensation for medical expenses, vehicle repairs, and other damages.   The majority of car accident claims resolve during settlement negotiations between the injured party and an insurance company...
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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...
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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...
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