When Defective Products Cause Personal Injury, Who Is To Blame?

As the weather turns from winter to spring, many of us will find ourselves motivated to clean up the yard around our home. Often times this means using tools and equipment that should probably [...]

Car Accidents Happen, Even When Phone Use Is Handsfree

The blog has gone in depth into distracted driving and the way it can increase the risk of getting in a car accident. While some of us think our Bluetooth and hands-free technologies make us more [...]

In Personal Injury Cases, Admitting Fault ≠ Admitting Damages

In the movies, when a bad guy confesses to a crime often times he is arrested immediately and the case is closed. When the situation arises in a personal injury claim where a defendant admits [...]

Beer May Lead to Personal Injury, But Not How You Might Imagine

Many people will tell you there are two things principally responsible for shaping the culture here in the Pacific Northwest. The first is obvious: it rains, a lot. The second is perhaps a [...]

Don’t Undermine Your Own Personal Injury Claim Online

These days, whether we like it or not, much of what we do ends up online. Increasingly, we use social media to document our everyday activities, especially when those activities are new or [...]

Expressing Pain After Personal Injury

I think its safe to say we all express pain after personal injury a little differently. For example, one person may slip and fall in a store and be able to shake it off and walk away. Another [...]

Portland’s Breed-Blind Approach To Dog Bites

People tend to draw a hard line when it comes to keeping pit bulls as pets. For many, either they believe the dogs to be inherently vicious and prone to dog bites, or they believe them to simply [...]