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Woodburn, OR — Fatal Two-Vehicle Crash Leaves 13-Year-Old Dead, Two Others Injured

Woodburn, OR — Two-Vehicle Crash Leaves 13-Year-Old Deceased, Two Others Injured

Woodburn, OR (June 30, 2022) — Oregon State Police have reported a fatal two-vehicle crash on Hwy 99E near milepost 33, near Woodbury. The crash occurred at approximately 9:39 PM, on Tuesday, June 28, 2022. 

According to a preliminary investigation, a southbound gold Chevrolet Classic, being driven by a 17-year-old male of Woodbury, was passing another vehicle when it lost control and collided with a northbound Indian motorcycle, driven by Jamil Nester (52) of Woodbury.

The Chevrolet rolled over multiple times before finally coming to a rest in the southbound ditch. A 13-year-old male passenger was ejected during the collision. He sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased at the scene.

The 17-year-old driver and Nester were immediately taken to an area hospital with injuries. Hwy 99E remained closed for approximately 7 hours following the accident while the scene was investigated.

OSP was assisted by Hubbard Fire Department, Woodbury Police Department, Marion County Sheriff’s Office, Hubbard Police Department, and ODOT. The investigation into the crash remains ongoing. 

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time. Our thoughts are with the injured parties and their loved ones in hopes of a full recovery.

Wrongful Death Lawsuits in Woodburn, Oregon

Woodburn, OR — Fatal Two-Vehicle Crash Leaves 13-Year-Old Dead, Two Others Injured

Wrongful death claims in Oregon can be made to compensate for monetary damages when a person dies under specific circumstances. Oregon law allows for claims of lawsuits that are related to wrongful death when it has been proven that the death was a direct result of another party’s negligent, reckless, or intentional actions.

Under ORS 30.020, the estate of the deceased party can make a wrongful death on their behalf. It is also possible for step-parents, or step-children to qualify as beneficiaries as well in a decedent’s wrongful death claim.

The party representing the estate of a deceased person in an Oregon wrongful death case can seek compensation for all expenses related to the person’s death. Unplanned costs in the unfortunate event of a death can go away from just medical costs. You might also need to cover funeral or memorial expenses, or a loss of wages for your deceased due to injury. Luckily, these can all be covered by wrongful death compensation.

The representative of the decedent’s estate in an Oregon wrongful death case is able to seek compensation for any and all expenses related to the person’s death. Some of these costs include unplanned expenses such as funeral or memorial expenses and even loss of the decedent’s wages. This is why hiring a reputable Oregon Wrongful Death Lawyer is so important, because there is a lot more compensation available to you than is immediately obvious.

If you have lost a loved one to a preventable death at the hands of someone else’s negligent actions, consider taking advantage of a free consultation with our firm. Don’t navigate this difficult situation alone, proceed confidently with a professional by your side.

At Johnson & Taylor Law, we are experts in representing accident victims. This allows us to provide our customers with the highest quality and most efficient service possible. We feel that, at this time in your life, you should prioritize your rehabilitation and recovery.

In times of need, our firm is there to support you. Free consultations are offered to all interested individuals and their families. Regardless of how difficult your case may look, our Portland vehicle accident attorneys can aid you and help you recover. Please contact us as soon as possible using the link on our website or by calling (503) 990-6641 to schedule an appointment with one of our attorneys. We are here to assist you and yours in your time of need.

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