The Importance of Food Safety

Today, people and entities producing, selling, and serving food must take great care to maintain food safety, including compliance with many laws and regulations designed to keep us safe. A failure to do so can result in illness and death to those who consume unhealthy food. In this article, we’ll discuss the importance of food safety, as well as the rights of those who suffer personal injury and death due to food poisoning resulting from the negligent or intentional acts of others.

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Why Do I Need an Expert in My Oregon Lawsuit?

Experts contribute to lawsuits as witnesses, consultants, and more. In this article, we'll explain why you might need an expert in your Oregon lawsuit.

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Which Trucking Companies Have the Most Accidents?

Have you ever wondered if some trucking companies are involved in more collisions than others? Is there any way to find out the safety record of a trucking company? In this article, we’ll answer those questions. 

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What Are the Most Dangerous Roads in Oregon?

Driving comes with an assortment of dangers that can imperil our safety, such as malfunctioning traffic lights, bad weather, perilous geography, unsafe drivers, and dangerous roads. In fact, some roads and highways experience many more crashes than others.

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Steps to Prevent Winter Injuries in Oregon

Oregon enjoys a diversity of climates, which can vary greatly depending on location and season. And while each season has enjoyable aspects, each season also presents its own particular challenges for staying safe. In this article, we’ll consider some common sense steps you can take to help prevent winter injuries.

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Can I Recover if I Was Partly at Fault for My Injuries?

In civil personal injury cases, there is often a question of whose conduct caused an injury. Sometimes, liability is so clear that the parties agree, or a jury decides, that one particular party is totally responsible. But in many cases, it’s not so black and white. That brings us to the question raised in this blog – can a person who is partly responsible for his or her own injuries still recover damages?

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Are Dog Bites Increasing Across the Country?

While most of us love pets, there’s a darker side to dog ownership that everyone hopes to avoid. Unfortunately, every year, dog bites and dog attacks occur across the country in the thousands, and some of them cause severe personal injury or even death. In this article, we’ll examine the trend across the country and whether or not dog bites are increasing.

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What Types of Cars Are Most Likely to Be Involved in a Deadly Accident?

When it comes to safety, some cars have better reputations than others. In this article, we’ll share some information on research concerning fatality records of a number of car models still often seen on the road.

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Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore After an Automobile or Semi-Truck Accident

Some people involved in crashes with automobiles and semi-trucks refuse medical evaluation and treatment, believing that they are just “sore,” but not otherwise injured. In this article, we’ll discuss some symptoms you should never ignore if you are involved in an accident with another automobile or a tractor-trailer truck.

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Is a Homeowner Liable for Injuries Occurring on His or Her Property?

Compared to renters, homeowners enjoy a greater degree of independence to use their property as they wish, and generally have an opportunity to grow wealth over time through their investment. However, homeownership also creates a whole new host of obligations and responsibilities - like liability if someone is injured on your property.

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