Riding a motorcycle gives you a sense of freedom and adventure. While a romantic idea, getting to the point of being able to actually firing up your metal steed requires knowing and adhering to few rules. Enter the Oregon motorcycle law. Here’s what you need to know.
Personal Injury Law Blog
What are punitive damages – and should you seek them out? Because punitive damages are designed to not reward anyone but instead punish an at-fault party, the State of Oregon takes up to 70% of recovered monies. Here’s all you need to know about punitive damages.
A judge in a California case has told the parties to a lawsuit that she intends to reduce a May 19, 2019 $2 billion punitive damage award for RoundUp to $250 million. As it turns out, it’s an interesting case of compensatory vs punitive damages – and well in line with the law. Here’s why.
Accidents happen every day. However, when a minor or young child is involved – or even worse, hurt – a lot of legal questions arise. In case of a settlement payout, parents or caretakers are faced with having to make a lot of decisions. We’ll guide you.
Crosswalk laws can often be confusing in Oregon – particularly when faced with out-of-state pedestrians and drivers, not aware of the local rules. And maybe counter-intuitively, drivers are not always at fault in crosswalk accidents. So here are a few really important things to know about Oregon pedestrian crosswalk laws.