Appendectomy Malpractice Case

Williams v. Friedman, Multnomah County Case No. 17CV35738

Plaintiff Williams presented in the emergency room with lower abdominal pain.  He was diagnosed with appendicitis.  Defendant Friedman was contacted by the ER staff to perform surgery. During the surgery, Dr. Friedman inadvertently punctured Williams’ bladder with a surgical instrument.  The laparoscopic surgery had to be abandoned....

read more >> July 8, 2019

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Merge Crash on 99E

Sparks v. Ahern, Multnomah County Case No. 18CV18922

Plaintiff Sparks was driving in the right-hand lane on OR 99E approaching SE Glenwood when Defendant Ahern attempted to merge onto 99E without yielding.  Ahern ran into the side of Sparks.  Sparks claimed that the crash caused injury to her head, neck, back, and shoulders, including the....

read more >> July 6, 2019

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ARCO Coffee Spill Case

Davis v. Kong Marketing LLC, Multnomah County Case No. 18CV17220

Plaintiff Davis was a customer at an ARCO gas station and convenience store operated by Defendant Kong Marketing. She placed her own coffee mug and coffee into Defendant’s microwave to warm it up as she made another purchase.  The microwave was situated on top of....

read more >> June 19, 2019

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Street Light Dispute – Defense Verdict

Bryant v. Hoff, Multnomah County Case No. 18CV13361

Plaintiff Bryant and Defendant Hoff were in a car accident at the intersection of NW 5th and Couch.  Bryant claimed Hoff ran a red light. Bryan claimed the crash caused soft-tissue injuries to his neck, back, and shoulders. He sought $284.52 for unpaid medical expenses, $3,690.78 for....

read more >> June 7, 2019

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Defense Verdict – Protest Battery Case

Zebroski v. City of Portland, Multnomah County Case No. 18CV08255

Plaintiff Zebroski was engaged in a downtown Portland protest when Police officers began attempting to remove protesters, including Zebroski, from the street. Zebroski claimed that while she was passively resisting, riot officers slammed her to the ground causing her a broken nose. She filed this....

read more >> April 27, 2019

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Car v. Bike Liability Dispute Case

Brant v. Reveneau, Multnomah County Case No. 18CV00963

Plaintiff Brant was riding his bike westbound on East Burnside. Defendant Reveneau was at the light facing east in a car.  Brant claimed that the light turned yellow as he was already into the intersection and had cars behind him.  He claimed that Reveneau ran his own....

read more >> March 27, 2019

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Defense Verdict – Multi-Car Crash on I-5

Kwong v. Lee, Multnomah County Case No. 18CV05796

Plaintiff 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

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Bicycle Case Against The City Fails

Ziemer v. City of Portland, Multnomah County Case No. 18CV03811

Plaintiff 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

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Defense Verdict MVA – No causation

Razloga v. Gurbuz, Multnomah County Case No. 17CV51078

Plaintiff Razloga was a passenger in a vehicle that was involved in an intersection crash.  She claimed that the other driver ran a red light, causing the collision.  She alleged that the crash caused injuries to her neck and back including ruptured discs. She sought $15,000 for....

read more >> March 23, 2019

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Defense Verdict Biopsy Case

Miller v. Constantino and Epic Imaging, Multnomah County Case No. 17CV17556 Defendants saw plaintiff Miller for diagnostic testing related to a pelvic mass. Defendant Constantino performed six biopsies of the mass with an ultrasound-guided needle.  Miller claimed that her ovarian artery was punctured during the procedure. She claimed that she was then discharged from Defendants'....

read more >> November 27, 2018

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