Car Accidents | Serious Personal Injury | Wrongful Death | Dog Bites | Insurance Claims
Matthew H. Kehoe
Representative Personal Injury Cases
Automobile Accident - $150,000
Automobile crash injury
$150,000.00 Trial Verdict.
Driver injured while crossing through intersection on a green light. Other driver t boned our client. Client sustained injuries to his lower extremities.
Dog Attack - $300,000
Dog bite – attack
A mixed breed dog attacked my client at a neighbor’s house. She rang the doorbell and the door opened, the dog lunged out and viciously attacked her resulting in facial injuries, trauma and multiple sutures to close the wounds.
Bicycle / Auto Accident - $182,000
Bicyclist hit by automobile
Cyclist was traveling down SW Murray Blvd in Beaverton when vehicle pulled out in front of cyclist causing collision. Injuries to the cyclist’s leg, pelvis, back and neck
Pedestrian - Auto Accident - $1,200,000
Pedestrian hit by automobile
Pedestrian was hit by automobile and sustained multiple broken bones, contusions, abrasions and cognitive impairment.
Slip & Fall Accident - $150,000
Slip and fall accident
Woman slipped on water coming out of a shower in a clubhouse at a condominium. HOA knew that the area was a danger and very slippery. Injuries sustained included blood pooling in her lower spinal column resulting in some temporary paralysis of the lower extremities and some head trauma.
Auto Crash Injury - $30,000
Automobile Crash Injury
$30,000.00 Trial Verdict.
Driver injured when other vehicle attempted to pass through intersection on a red light. Injuries included some neck and back trauma.
Auto Crash Injury - $76,000
Automobile Crash Injury
$76,000.00 Trial Verdict
Driver hit from behind and sustained injuries to head, neck and back.
Automobile Fire - $64,000
Automobile Fire v. ____________ Insurance Co.
$64,000.00 Trial Verdict
Insurance company failed to pay our client for their vehicle which was burned up in a fire. Insurance company claimed it was a “suspicious fire” and refused to pay.
- Auto Collision Case/Jury Trial $110,000 Verdict
- Auto Collision Case/Jury Trial $193,000 Verdict
- Auto/Truck Collision/Mediation Settled $1.4 Million
- Auto Collision/Wrongful Death $275,000
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Personal injury falls under tort law. Personal injury cases are civil law cases in which people seek compensation for injuries they sustained to their persons. Physical injuries to your person could arise from involvement in an automobile accident, a bicycle accident, an airline or other common carrier accident or a construction or other workplace accident.
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Partnering with an experienced Automobile Accident Attorney who specializes in accident and car accidents and injury law can mean the difference between a mediocre settlement, and a settlement that will allow you to focus to recovering from your accident. There is a lot at stake when you’ve been injured due to someone’s careless or inattentive driving.
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In dog & animal bite cases, most people will need the help of an experienced dog / animal bite attorney to recover full damages caused by the attack. Understanding Oregon’s “One Bite Rule” and how to successfully argue the case even if the animals owner had no reason to believe was dangerous is paramount to proving liability and ultimately securing a favorable verdict.
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