Why Research Multnomah County Jury Verdicts?
I started this blog on January 1, 2014, to track personal injury verdicts in Multnomah County. I did it for my own curiosity as a trial lawyer and to offer information to clients and potential clients. Every personal injury case tried to verdict in Multnomah County is summarized in this blog. I think part of being a good trial lawyer is being willing to learn from the successes and failures of others. If after reading this blog you have questions about trials or any of the listed results, please call me for a free consultation at 503-546-8812.
$10,000 Verdict – Multi-Car MVA
Hunt v. Eisenzimmer, Multnomah County Case No. 18CV07301 Plaintiff Hunt stopped for traffic on SE Orient Drive. Defendant Eisenzimmer failed to stop for traffic and rear-ended a vehicle two cars behind Hunt that then caused a chain-reaction before Hunt’s car was impacted. Hunt claimed that the crash caused her to suffer a C6-7 disc injury,....read more >> March 26, 2019
Defense Verdict – Multi-Car Crash on I-5
Kwong v. Lee, Multnomah County Case No. 18CV05796Plaintiff Kwong was rear-ended by a car that was hit by Defendant Lee on I-5. Kwong alleged that the crash caused lacerations to his face and body, whiplash, neck torsion, bruises, and back pain. He sought $130,000 in economic damages for past and future medical expenses, property.... read more >> March 25, 2019
Bicycle Case Against The City Fails
Ziemer v. City of Portland, Multnomah County Case No. 18CV03811Plaintiff Ziemer was riding his bicycle westbound on SE Morrison in the left-turn-only lane and moved to the right when he claims he hit a raised concrete median in a pedestrian crosswalk that he claims was not illuminated. Ziemer alleged that the City of Portland.... read more >> March 24, 2019
$76,000 MVA Verdict
Nguyen v. Neuschwander, Multnomah County Case No. 17CV55104Plaintiff Nguyen was rear-ended by Defendant Neuschwander. Nguyen alleged that the crash caused her numerous soft-tissue injuries to most of her body. She sought past medical expenses of $80,000, future medical expenses of $100,000 and $400,000 in non-economic damages. Neuschwander admitted liability and that the crash caused.... read more >> March 23, 2019