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What Not to Say to an Insurance Adjuster After an Oregon Car Accident

December 25, 2023

At the Law Offices of Jon Friedman, our Oregon car accident attorneys know if you are hurt in a vehicle collision caused by someone else’s negligence, you expect the at-fault party’s insurance provider to contact you to get your side of the...

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What Happens If My Injury Expenses Are More Than the At-Fault Party’s Policy Limits?

December 18, 2023

At the Law Offices of Jon Friedman, our car accident attorneys know that driving without liability coverage in Oregon is illegal. The minimum insurance a driver must have is: Bodily injury and property damage liability: $25,000 per person. $50,000 per crash for...

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How Truck Driver Fatigue Plays a Major Role in Oregon Commercial Vehicle Accidents

December 11, 2023

At the Law Offices of Jon Friedman, our truck accident attorneys know truck drivers work long hours, have to drive significant distances, have to drive for extended periods of time in order to meet tight schedules and deadlines, and that their...

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How are Personal Injury Settlements Paid in Oregon?

December 4, 2023

At the Law Offices of Jon Friedman, our personal injury lawyers have been representing Oregon clients since 1984. This has given us the legal knowledge, skills, and resources to develop optimal settlements for each of our client’s unique recovery needs. In...

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Who is Eligible to File a Wrongful Death Claim in Oregon?

November 27, 2023

Wrongful death is defined as a death that is caused by the wrongful act or neglect of another party. According to Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) 30.020, a person or entity can be held liable for wrongful death if the death of...

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Is the Truck Driver or Trucking Company Responsible for an Oregon Commercial Truck Accident?

November 20, 2023

At the Law Offices of Jon Friedman, our Oregon truck accident attorneys know that determining responsibility for a commercial vehicle collision can be complex and often involves examining various factors. In many cases, both the truck driver and the trucking company may...

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Drivers Hit and Killed More Than 7,500 Pedestrians Last Year, the Most Since 1981

November 13, 2023

At the Law Offices of Jon Friedman, our Oregon personal injury attorneys know, (per the Governors Highway Safety Association), drivers struck and killed at least 7,508 people walking last year — including the 131 people killed while walking in Oregon. The latest...

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Can I Partner with a Car Accident Attorney If I Have Already Filed a Claim Independently?

November 6, 2023

At the Law Offices of Jon Friedman, our Oregon car accident attorneys know that most individuals initially attempt to handle their insurance claims alone. This is often because they believe the insurance company will do the right thing and pay for the...

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What Happens to My Personal Injury Claim If I Waited Too Long to See a Doctor After a Car Accident in Oregon?

October 27, 2023

Our Oregon car accident attorneys at the Law Offices of Jon Friedman know that when a vehicle collision occurs, confusion and disbelief are typically the immediate responses. Next, the adrenaline most people experience keeps them from understanding the severity of the crash,...

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What Happens When a Bystander is Hurt at a Construction Site in Oregon?

October 20, 2023

Even though bystanders — including passersby who are on foot, biking, or driving near the site — are not part of the construction crew or a contractor working on-site, they can suffer injuries from falling objects, debris on the ground, and...

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