We created this BLOG page to teach Oregon people on their legal rights and responsibilities. The most important thing injured people can do after the accident is to get better, follow doctors' advice and educate themselves on the legal process of Oregon personal injury claims. In this blog, you can find information on wrongful death claims, pedestrian accident claims, car, and other automobile claims.
On Oct. 5, early, on Highway 99 in Jackson Country Mazda, driven by Dakota Arthur, was driving at a high rate of speed when it slid into a power pole. Mr. Arthur died at the scene. The passenger, Danielle Ramirez, 24, was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries.
On Oct. 2 at early in the morning Toyota Tundra, driven by Esmeralda Martinez, was going E. She lost control and slammed into a tractor-trailer going the opposite direction. Ms. Martinez was killed. Her male passenger, Carlos Callejas-Martinez, was treated for injuries. The truck driver was Jay Azzano. He was taken to a Bend Area hospital with serious injuries.
Liability in Oregon Personal Injury Cases
You must give a recorded statement to the insurance company after the accident.
Oregon State Police had to investigate a single-vehicle tractor-trailer crash on I-5 on June 8. The truck driver Steven Howard, from Salem, was driving northbound on I-5 when he slammed into the impact barrier between the travel lanes and Exit 233 off-ramp. The truck skidded and rolled over on the exit lane. The driver was seriously injured.
On September 24, 2019, on Highway 58 at I-5 interchange near Goshen, Oregon Jeep Cherokee with two young people inside – a driver and his passenger - was going east. For some reason, the driver turned in front of a tractor-trailer to get on I-5 north but it didn't make it. Jeep was hit on the passenger side where Aiden O’Grady was seated. He was killed in the accident. The driver of the Jeep had non-life threatening injuries.
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