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What Can I Do? Losing your husband or wife in a crash is devastating. But having to also worry about the legal consequences of this tragic event can be overwhelming. In many cases, it is okay to wait a few days after the truck crash to grieve and determine the funeral arrangements. Because of the...
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What Should I Do? Part 1 Car and truck accidents make you vulnerable to serious head injuries. The severity of a brain injury is determined by the Glasgow Coma Scale. The mildest type of brain injury is a concussion. The CDC reports that concussions account for 75% of all traumatic brain injuries. Most of us...
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A serious accident on Highway 214 in Marion County led to serious injuries and death. Toyota Corolla driven by Doyle Lewis was going northbound on Highway 214 when he lost control of his car and crossed into the opposite lane. He slammed into a Harley Davidson motorcycle operated by Mark Clyde, that was taken to a local...
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We are “4 Oregon People” 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...
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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....
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Crash On Highway 58 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....
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