Tort Tips

Brain Bucket Brigade: Bike Helmet Giveaways Continue

Corson & Johnson’s effort to help protect school children from head injuries while bicycling continues, with recent bike helmet giveaways at Meadow View Elementary School in the Bethel School District and at Adams Elementary School in the Eugene 4J District. We are working with the people at Bicycle Way of Life to provide bike helmets […]

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Are You Missing Out on State-Mandated Auto Insurance Benefits?

Better auto insurance provisions for Underinsured Motorist (UIM) and Personal Injury Protection (PIP) are in effect, but only if your policy has been started or renewed after January 1, 2016. Those better provisions include “get what you pay for” UIM benefits (sometimes called “stacking”) and two years of PIP medical benefits (instead of one year). […]

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June 2016 Tort Tips

Download PDF Are You Missing Out on State-Mandated Auto Insurance Benefits? Better auto insurance provisions for Underinsured Motorist (UIM) and Personal Injury Protection (PIP) are in effect, but only if your policy has been started or renewed after January 1, 2016. Those better provisions include “get what you pay for” UIM benefits (sometimes called “stacking”) […]

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Anticipatory Release Law Still Evolving in Oregon

Many businesses attempt to immunize themselves from the consequences of their future misconduct by using language that attempts to give them a license to harm others without being held accountable. Sometimes those waiver or release provisions are on the backs of tickets or stubs. Oregon is still working through the implications of Bagley v. Mt. […]

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