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.
MVA Verdict – $50,000.00
Butterfield v. Furler, Multnomah County Case No. 1210-13437Plaintiff was parked in a parking lot when her car was struck by Defendant who was trying to park next to her. Plaintiff sought $119, 279.87 for past medical care including a cervical fusion, future medical care and lost income. Plaintiff did not seek non-economic damages. Plaintiff's.... read more >> January 31, 2014
Soft Tissue Defense Verdict
Cettel v. Joseph, Multnomah County Case No. 1212-15392Plaintiff Cettel was in a motor vehicle crash with Defendant Joseph. She alleged that the collision caused her soft tissue injuries to her neck and back. Defendant Joseph admitted liability but contested causation and the extent of Cettel's damages. Plaintiff's Counsel - Ryan Corbridge. Defense Counsel -.... read more >> January 31, 2014
Soft Tissue Verdict
Logan v. Lown, Multnomah County Case No. 1301-00022Plaintiff Logan claimed injuries from a motor vehicle crash caused by defendant Lown. She claimed the collision caused soft-tissue injuries to her neck and back. The jury returned a verdict that included $17,500.00 for past and future medical bills and $11,000.00 in non-economic damages. Plaintiff's Counsel -.... read more >> January 31, 2014
Defense Verdict in Medical Malpractice Case
Oliver v. OHSU, Multnomah County Case No. 1103-04084This is a case where a one-year-old boy had surgery due to undescended testicles. His parent, acting as his guardian ad litem, claim that they gave consent for a two-stage surgery to move his testicles into place. During the surgery, OHSU employees attempted to do the process all.... read more >> January 31, 2014