Oregon Personal Injury Lawyers

When you’ve been the victim of a personal injury, the path forward can seem incredibly confusing. The main point to keep in mind is this: do not talk to any insurance companies before contacting a personal injury lawyer to see if they can represent your interests.

At Peterson Law Offices of Portland, Oregon, our lawyers have many years worth of experience with all types of personal injury and can fight on your behalf for fair compensation.

Whether you’re a victim of a car accident, bicycle accident, boat or truck accident, dog attack, serious fall, or your loved one was involved in a wrongful death, we can help. The worst time to learn about the business-like ways of insurance companies is after an accident, when you’re at their mercy.

There is a way to avoid being further injured financially–call Peterson Law Offices.

We don’t get paid unless you receive compensation, so you have nothing to lose by contacting us. Before you do, feel free to consult our extensive FAQ here on the site. Our helpful staff members can help you from the moment you contact us, letting you know the basics of the law and what your best next steps are.

Before you talk with any insurance company after an accident–even your own–call Peterson Law Offices first at 503-280-0888 . We can help take the burden of the entire case off your shoulders by dealing with the insurance companies for you.

We’ll negotiate a better settlement than they’re likely to give you as an individual. Call us today to get started on your recovery.

Todd Peterson, Wa & OR attorney on the telephoneThink you have a case?

I want to help you get all the money you deserve for your accident, so please begin by filling out this short form.

Please specify whether the accident took place in Oregon or Washington state, and give some brief details in the comments.

Once I see your information, I’ll get back to you as quickly as I can. If you can’t wait, or you want to speak to someone immediately, phone 503-280-0888 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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