Personalized Representation For Injury Claims
Personal injury is an area of law that focuses on protecting the rights of victims of negligence. When a person, business or other responsible entity acts wrongfully and causes harm, the victim deserves reimbursement. On the other hand, where there’s been no wrongful conduct, unfortunate individuals should not be able to pass the costs of their misfortune onto innocent business people and property owners.
Call us to discuss your case and protect your rights to file a claim at 866-364-4872.
The knowledgeable personal injury lawyers at Harris, Wyatt & Amala in Salem understand both sides of personal injury litigation, making us equally well-qualified to represent injured parties and defendants. Our attorneys offer sound advice and aggressive representation throughout the legal process and make sure you have every opportunity to enforce your rights.
Capable Representation For Every Case Type
Although no two accidents, injuries or victims are ever the same, you would do well to retain a lawyer with a record of success managing cases similar to yours. At our firm, we handle all types of personal injury claims, including:
- Car crash injuries
- Accidents caused by drunk driving
- Motorcycle crash injuries
- Injuries caused by a truck collision
- Cycling accidents
- Slip-and-fall and premises liability claims
- Injuries caused by dangerous products (products liability)
- Automotive defect claims
- Construction site injuries
- Wrongful death losses and catastrophic injuries
Oregon Statute Of Limitations For Personal Injury Claims
The statute of limitations sets the time period for people to take legal action on a particular type of claim. Once that time is up, the claimant, generally, loses legal rights forever. Here is some of what you need to know about Oregon’s statute of limitations for personal injury claims:
- The applicable period is generally two years.
- If a government entity is going to be the defendant, a claimant must provide proper and timely notice of the claim to the entity; generally within 180 days of the injury event.
- In most injury cases a 10-year statute of ultimate repose will also apply. However, some types of products have different statutes of repose.
- If the victim is a child, the statute of limitations is often extended, but there are nuances and exceptions.
The law can be complicated and confusing. Retaining an experienced attorney assures that your rights are protected.
Effective Representation For Your Injury Case
If you or someone you love has been injured, you should seek legal assistance as soon as possible. We understand the psychological and physical pain accidents can cause. As a result, we work hard to help you obtain fair compensation to pay for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. We are also experienced in preparing cases for trial.
If you need legal representation, we are ready to serve. We take great pride in fighting for our clients’ rights. Let us be your voice. Call us at 866-364-4872 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation. We represent plaintiffs on a contingency basis, so there are no upfront attorney fees.