What is the “Standard of Care” in a Medical Malpractice Case?

In the world of medical malpractice, both doctors and lawyers discuss the “standard of care.” But what does that mean, and how important is the concept? We’ll discuss those issues in this article.

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What Are My Rights if Someone Intentionally Injures Me?

We’ve discussed many forms of personal injury through the years in this blog. Most of the time, the injuries and resulting liability are based on theories of negligence. But what about when someone intentionally acts wrongfully? We’ll discuss that issue in this article and provide several examples of intentional wrongful conduct.

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Understanding How Automobile and Pickup Truck Recalls Work

Most of us find it exciting to drive a new car. In fact, even the search can be fun. However, few people during this process stop to think that their vehicle may be recalled one day. In this article, we’ll explain how automobile and truck recalls work.

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The Most Common Dangerous Road Conditions

Dangerous road conditions can catch even the safest of drivers off guard. Examples include construction defects, design defects, and negligent maintenance of roadways. These issues can cause accidents even when the drivers themselves are behaving reasonably and safely. In this article, we’ll discuss some common dangerous road conditions that can lead to car accidents and personal injury.

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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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