Category Archives: Personal Injury Law

New lawsuit filed against PacifiCorp alleging negligence in Slater fire

According to Oregonlive, there is a new lawsuit filed against PacifiCorp alleging negligence in Slater fire. Another group of home and business owners – this time victims of the Slater fire in Northern California and Southern Oregon – have filed a lawsuit alleging PacifiCorp was negligent in failing to maintain its transmission lines and de-energize them in … Continue reading New lawsuit filed against PacifiCorp alleging negligence in Slater fire

Does the Breed of the Dog Matter in a Dog Bite Case?

Over 4 million people in America are attacked and bitten by dogs every year. There were 392 deaths resulting from dog attacks reported between 2005 and 2016 in the country and California ranked second in dog bite fatalities. Dog bites can result in serious injuries no matter what breed of dog attacks you. Dog attacks … Continue reading Does the Breed of the Dog Matter in a Dog Bite Case?

A Car Accident Lawyer’s Guide on What You Should Do after an Accident

More than 6 million car accidents happen every year in the United States. While some accidents are fender benders, involving little or no injury, others are collisions or crashes that result in notable injury or property damage. In the unfortunate event that you are involved in a car accident, you need to know the steps … Continue reading A Car Accident Lawyer’s Guide on What You Should Do after an Accident

940,000 Crock-Pot Multicookers Recalled After Burn-Injury (2020)

According to the Wall Streer Journal – a manufacturer will replace lids on pots after more than 100 reports of detachment during cooking, leading to first- through third-degree burns. You can learn more HERE! The article states that – the 6-quart multicookers are manufactured by Sunbeam Products Inc., a unit of Newell Brands Inc. Sunbeam … Continue reading 940,000 Crock-Pot Multicookers Recalled After Burn-Injury (2020)