In a previous personal injury article, we discussed how Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance works in Oregon. We reviewed this system of no-fault automobile insurance coverage developed by the Oregon state legislature to get people quick medical benefits to pay for their auto-related injuries. This week we will be discussing another aspect of personal injury protection related to […]
Accidents happen. As nice as it would be to think that the person whose negligent actions caused your injuries would simply offer to compensate you, or that their insurance company would offer a fair settlement, the reality is that almost never happens. More often than not, people fail to take responsibility.
For most, if not all, clients, minimizing the expense of litigation or other legal services is one of the top priorities. What many fail to do, however, is to take positive steps to help realize that goal. Sometimes this can be attributed to highly charged, emotional situations in which it is difficult for the client […]
If you have ever taken a close look at your automobile insurance policy or the insurance card you carry around in your glove box, you likely encountered a bunch of acronyms that may mean very little to you. These acronyms are shorthand that insurance companies and attorneys that routinely deal with insurance-related claims use that […]