How to Stay Safe on Wet Roads

It’s probably fair to say that most Oregonians have seen more than their fair share of precipitation. Thus, it’s essential to learn and practice behaviors designed to increase safety in wet weather conditions. In this article, we will discuss a number of tips for staying safe on wet roads.

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Common Defenses to Slip-and-Fall Cases in Oregon

Two people often view the same set of circumstances from very different perspectives. As a result, injured plaintiffs in personal injury lawsuits raise claims, while defendants raise defenses to those claims. Any person pursuing a personal injury claim is wise to consider in advance the defenses that might be asserted by the opposing party.

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Asbestos and Renovation & Demolition in Commercial Buildings

Asbestos has not been completely banned in Oregon, the United States, or many countries around the world. Therefore, many workers still must take appropriate precautions to limit their exposure to the dangerous substance.

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How Do You Determine Fault in a Multi-Vehicle Accident?

After every motor vehicle accident, it is important to determine who is responsible for causing the crash. This can be especially complex when multiple vehicles are involved. In this article, we will discuss how fault is determined in a multi-vehicle accident.

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Hit-and-Runs and Motorcyclists: What Should Victims Do?

Unfortunately, some people who cause car accidents seek to avoid their responsibilities by leaving the scene of the crash. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the steps a motorcycle rider should take who is the victim of a hit-and-run driver.

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Would an Asbestos Ban Immediately Reduce Mesothelioma Cases?

Polls routinely indicate that healthcare is a top concern for people around the country. A topic important in some health care discussions is the continuing harm caused by asbestos, which brings us to the topic of today’s article – would a complete asbestos ban in the United States immediately reduce asbestos-related mesothelioma cases?

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What Happens If Your Car is Totaled and You’re Not at Fault

Contrary to what some may believe, you won’t necessarily be made completely whole after your car is totaled - even if you can prove that the other driver was at fault. Here’s what you need to know if your car is totaled in an accident caused by another driver.

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Tips to Keep Older Drivers Safe

The aging process can adversely affect safety in some respects. In this article, we’ll address some common issues faced by older drivers and provide some tips for keeping them safe.

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Strict Liability Tort Explained

Liability is a simple enough legal concept even if you don’t have a law degree. However, there are different types of liability that come into play depending on the circumstances. Today, we're talking about strict liability.

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Seven Mistakes That Can Ruin a Personal Injury Case

Charging blindly forward in a personal injury case without a plan and without an appropriate knowledge level can result in disastrous mistakes. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the mistakes that you should avoid to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve for your personal injuries.

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