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Oregon Accident Book: 7 Common Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Oregon Accident Case

Written by Portland Auto Accident Attorneys

This book is available FREE for anyone involved in an Oregon accident.*

What should you do after an Oregon accident?

  • Get medical attention.
  • Report the accident to your insurance company.

This book answers the questions:

  • Should I give a recorded statement to the insurance adjuster?
  • How does the the accident claims process work?
  • How can I pay my medical bills? Will my insurance help me?
  • How much time do I have to file a claim?
  • What if the person who hit me is not insured?

Don’t let the insurance company take advantage of you!
The insurance company should pay your medical bills, your lost wages, and your property damages. Order this book and start understanding your rights today. As personal injury attorneys, we deal with insurance companies every day, and we know they can try to trick people who do not understand the personal injury claims system. Once you read this book you will understand how to speak their language and how to use the system for your own claim.

You have a limited amount of time to file an Oregon accident claim - Order Today!

* Every state has different laws regarding personal injury cases and insurance laws. So if you don’t live in Oregon or weren’t hurt in Oregon, please give us a call and we can direct you to a good lawyer in your state. There is no charge for this service. We also do not give this book out for free to insurance adjusters or attorneys. If you’re an insurance adjuster or an attorney, please order it on Amazon. You can afford it.

Table of Contents for the Oregon Accident Book

Chapter 1: 7 Common Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Oregon Accident Case

  • Should I Give a Recorded Statement?
  • Car Crash or Car Accident?

Chapter 2: 7 Common Myths

  • The McDonald's Coffee Case - A Myth Explained

Chapter 3: What is My Case Worth?

  • How Bankruptcy Can Affect Your Personal Injury Case

Chapter 4: How Long Do I Have to File? Oregon Statutes of Limitations

  • Statutes of Limitations You NEED To Know

Chapter 5: Auto Insurance Policies - The Basics

Chapter 6: Liability Insurance

  • Insurance Policy Limits

Chapter 7: Personal Injury Protection (PIP)

Chapter 8: Underinsured Motorist Insurance (UIM)

  • How Many Uninsured Drivers Are Out There?

Chapter 9: Health Insurance - Your Last Resort

Chapter 10: Medical Liens and the Importance of Negotiation

Chapter 11: FAQs About Auto Accident Insurance in Oregon

Chapter 12: Insurance Company Tricks

  • How Social Media Can Hurt Your Case

Chapter 13: Independent Medical Exams

Chapter 14: The Personal Injury Process: A Checklist

Chapter 15: Attitude is Everything

Chapter 16: Do I Need an Attorney to Settle My Case?


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Oregon Personal Injury Process

The Oregon Personal Injury Process

This timeline will give you a better idea of how your injury claim will progress, and what steps will need to be taken at each stage of the process. Included with your book order.

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Testimonials from Accident Victims, Lawyers, and Doctors

The honesty section is great!

The honesty section in 7 Common Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Oregon Accident Case is great! The gardening explanation is really helpful... I'm going to steal it from you as a great example to encourage clients to be clearer and more accurate, in addition to honest. People think it's a no-brainer to be honest, but still, people are so conditioned to exaggerate or manipulate things if they think it will help them. If we focus them on being clear and accurate (and honest), maybe we'll actually get optimal results! 

- Kristen West, Attorney and past client, Portland, Oregon

As a Doctor, I consistently recommend this book to my patients.

As a Doctor, I consistently recommend this book to my patients.  Even the ones who will likely have uncomplicated cases benefit from educating themselves with this easy-to-read guide.  This book was written by Lawyers who will arm you with the facts, not a sales pitch, using light and upbeat language.  It equips you to understand and deal with the insurance company and avoid any pitfalls along the way.

- Dr. Jess Barr Desbrow, DC, Portland, Oregon

An incredible gift amidst an often exasperating experience.

The literature and resources you're providing for people post-MVA (motor vehicle accident) are an incredible gift amidst an often exasperating experience. I'm looking forward to passing your book on to clients!

- Kristy Geffen, LMT, Portland 

Great book!! Great Resource!

Great book!! Great Resource! Thank you for demystifying the process. It is amazing how simple it can be to understand this complicated and intimidating part of the justice system. Few resources are as clear and helpful, for plaintiffs and lawyers alike! Great job!!

- K.W., Portland, Oregon

The book was simple and easy to read and understand...

The book was simple and easy to read and understand... I have already passed the book on to a friend whose daughter and grandson were badly injured in an auto accident. 

- S.P., Portland, Oregon

It is absolutely brilliant. It’s informative, warm, and honest.

I just received your book. I thumbed through it and thought I would read it tonight but I started reading it and could not put it down until I finished. It is absolutely brilliant. It’s informative, warm, and honest. It is also easy to follow.

- M.S., Windham, NH

The insurance companies do not want you to read this book!

It was my pleasure to read 7 Common Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Oregon Accident Case... I worked as a claims adjuster for nearly ten years. I would tell anyone who has been involved in a motor vehicle accident to read this book, and to read it before answering questions from a claims adjuster or investigator. The insurance companies do not want you to read this book! I intend to keep the book handy as a little reminder and I would not hesitate to have one of my clients read it

- K.P., Attorney, Beaverton, Oregon

I commend the authors... helpful and empowering.

I commend the authors for providing a public service through this book, both to injured persons and to the public at large.  The pitfalls they mention are accurate, and in my experience, people who fall into these traps significantly and negatively impact any recovery they might otherwise receive. I particularly found the "10 questions to ask the insurance adjuster" to be incredibly helpful and empowering.  This book provides valuable information and insight that will increase an injured person’s chances of getting a fair settlement.  This is one book that insurance companies and defense lawyers surely do not want to be made public.

- Personal injury defense lawyer (asked to remain anonymous; written quote in file)

I found the book to be very informative and easy to read.

I found the book (7 Common Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Oregon Accident Case) to be very informative and easy to read.  I felt it provided excellent information that would be helpful for a person injured in an automobile accident who is seeking compensation for injuries suffered from the accident.  The book provides options to people and advice on how to pursue a claim.

My case is rather unique so the book did not really apply to me except for dealing with insurance companies. The book dealt with auto accidents and not falling trees. Even though the book did not really apply to me I would strongly recommend it to anyone who is seeking information about dealing with insurance companies when involved in an auto accident.

- D.M., Vancouver, Washington

A good balance between complexity and accessibility.

This book is great! You have found a good balance between complexity and accessibility. I really respect your effort to empower people when they engage in the legal system. This is something I strive to do with my clients and potential clients, but you have taken it to a much higher level.

- Benjamin Haile, Portland attorney