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Personal Injury Mediation: How the Process Works

Posted on January 26, 2021 in
If you are filing an Oregon personal injury lawsuit, it is important to prepare for each stage of your case. In some lawsuits, the injured plaintiff and the defendant reach a settlement outside of court and do not have to enter the trial. You may attempt to reach a settlement with the at-fault party...
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Demand Letter Response Time: How to Handle Insurance Companies

Posted on January 26, 2021 in
When you file an insurance claim after an Oregon car accident, you will need to negotiate with an insurance representative to obtain a sufficient settlement. If the insurance process does not resolve in your favor, you may need to escalate your claim to a lawsuit. Your attorney will need to draft a demand letter...
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Personal Injury Liability: How Fault Is Determined

Posted on December 29, 2020 in
Whether you suffer injuries in a car accident or slip on an unattended puddle at the grocery store, you will need to identify a liable party if you wish to pursue legal action. Personal injury liability, or the concept of being legally responsible for someone’s injuries, provides the foundation for personal injury claims. If...
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4 Questions To Ask A Personal Injury Lawyer

Posted on December 29, 2020 in
If you suffer injuries in an accident that someone else caused, you may have grounds for a personal injury lawsuit—and you need an attorney on your side. Personal injury lawyers work tenaciously to achieve maximum possible compensation for their clients, handling every aspect of a personal injury claim from negotiation to settlement. When choosing...
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Settlements versus Verdicts in Personal Injury Lawsuits

Posted on November 30, 2020 in
If you are filing a personal injury lawsuit, you know that this civil complaint may result in a monetary award for the damages you suffered. You may have heard settlement and verdict used interchangeably in this context; while these terms are similar, they refer to two different agreements. A settlement is an out-of-court agreement...
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