Oregon Auto Accident Attorneys

Whenever we get behind the wheel of a car or truck, we agree to follow a set of simple safety rules.  We agree to watch where we are going.  We agree to follow all traffic control devices.  Our safety on the road depends on each driver following these safety rules.  When a driver doesn’t follow these safety rules and as a result harms someone, they are responsible for the harm caused.

Our auto accident lawyers in Oregon have vast experience handling personal injury claims.  Auto accidents are the most common type of claims we see.  Our attorneys handle the following types of auto accident cases:

Albany, Corvallis, & Portland Auto Accident Lawyers

Injuries to the ligaments and spine of the neck are common in auto accidents and can sometimes lead to long-term complications.

  • Car Accidents/Automobile Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Semi-Truck and Tractor-Trailer Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents

In Oregon, the law requires the driver that caused the auto accident to pay for harm they caused.  This includes: medical expenses, wage loss, physical pain experienced, permanency of injuries, and the disruption the auto accident has and will have on an individual’s life. 

Auto accident cases in Oregon generally have a two-year statute of limitations.  This means that if you or your attorney does not settle your claim or file a lawsuit within two years, your claim will be lost forever.  There are sometimes other time deadlines that can apply.  It is important to talk with an Oregon attorney to determine if any other time deadlines apply. 
 

Injuries to the ligaments and spine of the neck are common in auto accidents and can sometimes lead to long-term complications.

Auto Accident Attorney

When a fair settlement cannot be reached it is sometimes necessary to file a lawsuit – this is a sample lawsuit in a typical Oregon auto accident case Download

If you are considering hiring an attorney, it is important to get your case to an automobile accident lawyer at least 2-3 months before the statute of limitation expires.  The more time an attorney has with your automobile accident case before the statute of limitation expires, the better they will be able to represent you.  Sometimes, the mere presence of an attorney on your case will motivate the insurance company to make a fair and reasonable offer. 
 

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call one of our lawyers for a free consultation.  There is no charge for our time to answer your questions or discuss a potential claim. We offer percentage fee agreements on most cases.  Our attorneys only charge a fee once your claim is successfully resolved. 

Our law offices are conveniently situated to serve the state of Oregon, including the cities of Corvallis, Albany, Portland, Eugene, Salem, Lebanon, Sweet Home, Newport, Waldport, and Lincoln City.

Call 1-877-928-9147 for a free consultation or fill out the form and we will respond to your personal injury claim.

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