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Driver flees scene after hitting Portland home

Often we think of motor vehicle accidents as involving two or more cars other vehicles, but sometimes car accidents cause damage of another sort, in addition to injuries. Fortunately, accident victims have recourse under Oregon laws to recover any financial damage sustained as the result of negligence.

Area women injured in hit-and-run car accident

Often victims of auto accidents seek to recover damages for their loss. While the most common source of monetary recovery from a car accident is from the other driver or drivers involved, the victim may also be able to recover from their insurance.

Logging truck accidents pose risks to Oregonians

Logging is a key business here in Oregon. However, it requires that the large, recently felled trees be transported from the logging site to the site at which the logs are cut and prepared for sale as lumber. To move this cargo, large commercial vehicles are called into action to carry the load on public roads. These large trucks face the same hazards as anyone else on the road, but when such vehicles are involved in an accident, the results are likely to be tragic.

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