Monthly Archives: November 2010

OUR TOP TEN LEGAL TIPS FOR AUTOMOBILE CASES

1.         NEVER ADMIT FAULT AT THE SCENE OF THE ACCIDENT. You should never admit fault at the scene of any accident.  State law requires that you exchange information including your driver’s license number, current address and insurance information.  Failure … Continue reading

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DUII – What happens now?

YOU HAVE A BIG PROBLEM If you have been arrested or charged with Driving Under the Influence, you have a big problem.  You need to contact our office immediately – the failure to do so could result in the loss of … Continue reading

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Drunk Driving Driver’s License Suspension in Oregon

How Long Will My Driver’s License Be Suspended? When you need the advice of an experienced Driver’s License Suspension attorney Paul F. Sherman is an experienced Driver’s License Suspension attorney.  He offers a FREE driver’s license suspension consultation and can … Continue reading

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How do I enter Diversion in Oregon?

When you need an Experienced DUII Diversion Attorney Let us help you enter Diversion for your DUII.  Contact Us at (503) 223-8441 for a free DUII  Diversion Consultation. OREGON DIVERSION In the past, a DUI defendant seeking to enter DUII diversion in … Continue reading

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Trucking Accidents

TRUCKING ACCIDENTS When You Need An Experienced Trucking Accident Attorney.  Accidents involving semi-trucks or commercial vehicles often result in serious injury or wrongful death.  If you or a loved one have been seriously injured in a truck related accident, contact … Continue reading

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Wrongful Death in Oregon

PORTLAND WRONGFUL DEATH ATTORNEY Suffering the loss of a loved one due to the negligence or wrongful conduct of another is one of life’s most devastating experiences  Attorney Paul F. Sherman fully understands the delicate balancing act that is necessary … Continue reading

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