Being hurt in a drunk driving accident can result in life-altering catastrophic injury or death. If you or a loved one has suffered at the hands of a drunk driver who was overserved at an establishment in Oregon, the owner of the bar or restaurant may be liable for damages. At Johnson and Taylor, our … Continue reading Can You Sue a Bartender if You are Injured by a Drunk Driver in Oregon?
When you or a loved one is hurt in an accident and medical bills are piling up, it can be tempting to accept a settlement offer from an insurance company right away. However, there are complex factors that should be considered before signing on the dotted line. At Johnson and Taylor, our vehicle accident lawyers … Continue reading When You Should Not Accept a Settlement After an Accident
While nothing beats hopping on your bike and hitting the road on a beautiful day, it’s important to understand the risks of riding a motorcycle. At Johnson and Taylor, our vehicle accident lawyers have seen firsthand the devastating effects injured victims of motorcycle crashes often suffer. Our personal injury lawyers are dedicated to promoting motorcycle … Continue reading Wearing a Motorcycle Helmet Can Save Your Life
Figuring out how to get a restraining order in Oregon can be stressful and overwhelming at an already difficult time. At Johnson and Taylor, our domestic violence lawyers are well-versed in the process and help clients in Salem, Oregon, and surrounding communities find the peace of mind and protection they need. What Is a Protective … Continue reading How Can I Get a Restraining Order In Oregon?
Often called chain-reaction accidents or pileups, multiple-vehicle crashes involve more than two cars, trucks, or semis. Because there may be several parties involved, determining fault and assigning liability in a multiple-vehicle crash can be challenging. Our car accident lawyers at Johnson and Taylor handle all types of cases involving multiple vehicles. Knowing how car accident … Continue reading How Is Fault Determined in a Multiple-Vehicle Accident?
Known as spousal support in Oregon, alimony is a payment made by one spouse to provide financial assistance to the other during and after a divorce. Whether you’re thinking of filing for divorce or you’re already receiving alimony or spousal support, it’s important to know how much (if any) you may be entitled to receive. … Continue reading How Can I Make Sure I Get Enough Alimony in Oregon?