What is Health Insurance Reimbursement/Subrogation and How Can It Affect My Personal Injury Case?

When a person suffers personal injury due to the negligence of another, the law provides remedies allowing the victim to be properly compensated for losses. But anyone who has pursued a personal injury lawsuit knows that the process can be complicated.

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Why You Shouldn’t Rely on Photo Estimates After a Car Crash

These days, you can do almost anything right from your cellphone: order dinner, check in for a flight, and even see a doctor. As consumers embrace the convenience of these transactions, some auto insurance companies have joined the club, allowing drivers to submit photographs of damage after a car accident in order to receive damage estimates – and compensation – more quickly than ever.

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Can You Remove Asbestos from Your Own Home?

The DIY movement offers creativity, self-reliance, and financial savings. But are all home projects legal and appropriate for non-professionals? For example, does Oregon law allow one to remove asbestos from one’s own home? If so, is it a safe project? We’ll discuss those issues in this article.

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Common Forms of Nursing Malpractice

Almost everyone has interacted with a nurse at some point, and it’s usually immediately apparent that these professionals are hard-working, intelligent, and well-trained. But as with all professions, nurses sometimes make mistakes. In this article, we’ll talk about some of the most common forms of nursing malpractice.

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Five Tips for Dealing with Insurance Adjusters After an Automobile or Semi-Truck Accident

Statistics suggest that the average driver will file an insurance claim for a collision approximately once every 17.9 years. No matter what kind of accident you have, one thing is constant – you will almost certainly need to deal with one or more insurance adjusters (sometimes called a “claims adjuster”). In this article, we’ll give you a few tips.

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How Can the Trucking Industry Safely Address Driver Shortages?

Like so many other industries in today's economy, trucking companies need employees. The question is how they can find them and whether they can do it in a way that keeps the motoring public safe. We’ll discuss those issues in this article.

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How Does a Trial Work in Oregon if I Don’t Settle My Personal Injury Case?

Whatever a person’s exposure is to the legal system, we understand that the idea of a personal injury trial is stressful for most people. Therefore, in this article, we’ll try to provide a little insight into how the litigation process works in Oregon.

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The Current Status of Opioid Litigation in America

Many believe that the legal system must play an important role in holding actors accountable for wrongful behavior which has caused or exacerbated the opioid crisis. In some instances, this includes personal injury recovery for medical malpractice. In this article, we’ll discuss the depth of the problem and what role litigation plays.

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The Dangers of Running Red Lights

We’ve all seen people run red lights. In fact, most of us have been guilty of doing it a time or two ourselves. In most instances, no harm results - but in others, horrible crashes occur, resulting in personal injury and possibly even death.

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Is Mediation a Good Option in a Personal Injury Case?

Mediation can be an effective tool to resolve litigation. It’s a chance for parties to “captain their own ship” by settling their case. And if a settlement isn’t reached, the case can continue through the litigation process.

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