Personal Injury Law Blog

How Much Car Insurance Do You Need – Really?

Every driver in Oregon is required to have car insurance. Driving without it can get you a ticket with a fine of up to $427. In case of an accident, it begs the question then: How much car insurance do you need – really? And what kind? I’ll untangle the confusing web of car insurance coverage types for you.
How much car insurance do i need?

How to Find the Right Personal Injury Lawyer

​ Have you been through an accident recently, and are wondering if you should hire an attorney? Choosing a lawyer should involve more than just picking the first firm off the Google search results. We’ll walk you through how to find a personal injury lawyer – and the right one!
How to find a personal injury lawyer

How to Submit Medical Bills to An Auto Insurance in Oregon

As a car accident lawyer in Bend, Oregon, I hear stories about automotive mishaps all day long. One of the most frequently asked questions is always: “how to submit medical bills to an auto insurance if I’ve been injured in an accident”? I’ll guide you with this blog post. There are some definite steps to observe. Here’s your easy guide.
Learn how to submit medical bills to auto insurance after an accident

Learn All About Oregon Dog Bite Laws

More than 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year in the U.S. And children make up at least 50% of victims, with dogs often biting the face and mouth areas. So it’s a good idea to be informed about Oregon dog bite law – and we’re here to keep you in the know.
Oregon dog attack laws define the relationship between dogs and their victims - often children.

The Skinny on Oregon’s Distracted Driving Law for Texting & Mobile Phone Use

On October 1, 2017, the Oregon Distracted Driving Law came into full effect on its streets and highways. A November 2019 study, comparing the nation’s texting-while-driving laws, concluded that Oregon now has the strictest rules in place in the US. Let’s look at exactly what the law allows – and doesn’t allow.
man looking at phone, ignoring oregon's distracted driving law