Personal Injury Claims

Oregon Personal Injury Attorney

Rob handles a wide variety of personal injury claims in Oregon, California, and Hawaii. Whether your injury resulted from a vehicle or pedestrian accident, work-related accident, dog bite/animal attack, or malpractice, Rob Guarrasi will help you get the compensation you need.

Examples of Personal Injury cases we handle:

  • Car Accidents
  • Bike Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Product Defects
  • Work Injuries
  • Dog Bites and Animal Attacks
  • Wrongful Death and Life Insurance Claims
  • Social Security Disability Claims
  • Malpractice Claims

While there are similarities to many Personal Injury Claims, no two claims are exactly alike. For instance, a similar accident can have very different consequences for different people. For example, a person with an injury to their hand and fingers, who is a musician or painter, can have great difficulty working at their profession. The same type of injury to a lawyer might not have a big impact on the attorney’s ability to work and earn an income.

Your case is as unique as you are. When you have suffered from a Personal Injury, is it important to inform your attorney of how that particular accident has effected you. For instance, did the Injury interfere with your summer vacation, or prevent you from getting a job promotion? Did the injury cause you to not only lose wages but also effect your ability to qualify for your yearly bonus?

It is very important for you to promptly inform your lawyer of those facts that are personal to you, so that you can obtain compensation for all of your losses. Remember, there are two general types or categories of losses relative to most personal injury claims. First, there are economic damages (things that can be usually calculated: Wage Loss, Medical Bills and Expenses, Property Damages resulting from another person’s negligence). Second, there are noneconomic damages (often called or referred to as “Pain and Suffering”) which usually relates to things such as loss of enjoyment of life, inconvenience, inability to engage in certain hobbies, activities, and recreational pursuits.

How to File A Personal Injury Claim

What Type of Insurance Applies to Your Personal Injury Claim