After you have accidentally injured in Oregon as a result of the negligent act of another person, make sure you understand fully the Oregon’s personal injury laws and statutory rules before you start filing your personal injury case process.
Under the Statute of Limitations of Oregon, the time limit on filing a personal injury case following the occurrence of an accident is two (2) years. If you fail to go to court before the two-year statutory period, you will lose your legal right to obtain the justice you rightfully deserve. Other time limitations are applicable depending on the type of case involved and the company or person responsible for the injury. In order to know the ambit of practical, legal and medical wisdom of meeting these deadlines and claiming the justice due, you need to contact an injury attorney at Law Offices of Jon Friedman.
If you have any personal injury questions, one of their Oregon’s personal injury attorneys is willing to fight for your case by presenting the strongest defense possible for a positive outcome. This will avoid you from losing your rights, resulting not to incur significant costs relative thereto. The advice or time to discuss the cost of the insurance, the limits of the benefits from the agreed medical and relative procedures and other matters appurtenant thereto entails no charge from your end. The agreed attorney fees are paid accordingly in the event when your claim is successfully resolved. On most personal injury cases, their designated experienced injury attorneys offer percentage fee agreements.