Information You Should Know
Each of us faces circumstances that can result in personal injury. Whether visiting a retail store, riding a bicycle, receiving medical treatment, or riding
As Ben Franklin once advised, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” While Franklin was actually discussing fire prevention, the sentiment
We don’t use the word “causation” every day in our normal speech, but the concept of cause and effect routinely touches our lives. Doctors
A paramount responsibility of adults is the financial well-being and the long-term stability of both ourselves and our families. Examples include how much to
There are times that driving in Oregon and across America can be an eye-opening experience. Cars weave through interstate traffic like it’s a video
Most of us have heard some version of the old expression “the family that plays together stays together.” The message suggests what many people
In the legal world, the terms “negligent” and “negligence” are used frequently. Even non-lawyers probably hear the words often. For example, in this blog and
Throughout life, most people suffer numerous physical injuries, and observe many others. Most are accidental. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Life is certainly full of beauty and wonder. But many of us would also agree that life supplies an apparently never-ending series of challenges.
As you can imagine, the daily work of a lawyer is usually far more practical than the theoretical training in a law school classroom.
In our daily lives, we routinely think about things expiring and spoiling. From groceries like milk and eggs, to medications and personal hygiene products,
America thrives on competition: we see it all around us every day in almost every profession and industry. Even small towns can attract several
Across Oregon and throughout the United States, personal transportation is dominated by the automobile while commercial freight transportation is dominated by interstate trucking. As