Liability for Improper Use of Restraints in Oregon Nursing Homes

When our loved ones live in nursing homes, we expect them to be cared for within the standards set by law, and to be treated ethically and with dignity. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always happen. One violation that occurs far too often is the improper use of restraints. In this article, we’ll consider liability for such behavior.

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What Can Make Semi-Truck Brakes Fail?

Few things seem scarier than an 18-wheeler speeding down the road or coming up behind us with impaired brakes. Unfortunately, it actually happens. In this article, we will examine issues that sometimes cause semi-truck braking failures.

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The Historical Presence of Asbestos in Oregon

It’s often not appreciated that the people of Oregon have endured more than their fair share of death and illness related to asbestos. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of Oregon’s historical ties to asbestos.

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Who’s Liable in Oregon for Accidents Involving Electric Scooters?

Accidents involving electric scooters occur in a number of different ways, which leads us to the question presented by this article: Who’s liable in Oregon for accidents involving electric scooters?

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Medical Malpractice Arising from Surgical Errors

Sometimes, unfortunately, doctors and other medical professionals make mistakes that actually result in greater harm, ranging from painful personal injury to wrongful death. In this article, we’ll discuss medical malpractice arising from surgical errors.

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Can I Sue the State of Oregon for Personal Injuries?

Every sector employs hard-working people, but they can make mistakes like everyone else. State employees drive cars and trucks and sometimes cause crashes that result in personal injuries or death. Healthcare workers sometimes act negligently and commit medical malpractice. Employees operating physical facilities can make mistakes that cause members of the public to slip and fall. These and other situations can raise the question addressed by this article - can a victim sue the state of Oregon for personal injuries?

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Does Improper Loading Lead to Semi-Truck Accidents?

Maintaining safety with a tractor-trailer truck is more complicated than safely driving a passenger automobile. That brings us to the topic of this article: Does improper loading lead to semi-truck accidents?

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Understanding the Role of Defense Lawyers in Personal Injury Litigation

To understand the way a personal injury lawsuit progresses through the system, and the manner in which it will ultimately be resolved, one must understand the roles played by many different participants in the system. In this article, we will discuss the role of defense lawyers in personal injury litigation.

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What Are the Most Surprising Countries That Have Not Banned Asbestos?

Some countries have totally banned the use of asbestos, and some have not. We’ll provide some notable examples in this article.

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The Best Defensive Riding Strategies for Motorcyclists

The risk of death and personal injury to motorcyclists due to the negligent driving of others is real. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the best strategies for riding a motorcycle defensively.  

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