Portland, OR – Injuries Follow MVA on SE 82nd Ave near Johnson Creek BlvdOregon Legal News
Portland, OR (August 26, 2022) – An automobile accident was reported in the Portland area on Thursday morning that ended in injuries for at least one person involved. At around 10:15 a.m., on August 25, officers with the Portland Police Bureau were dispatched to a motor vehicle collision that occurred on Southeast 82nd Avenue.
Preliminary investigations provided by the police show that a traffic incident between vehicles blocked Southeast 82nd Avenue at the intersection of Johnson Creek Boulevard. The crash caused major disruptions throughout the area as emergency crews worked to remove vehicles and degrees from the roadway.
Medical personnel units were requested on-site to provide care to those who suffered injuries as a result of this crash. An unknown number of injured parties were then transported to local hospitals by ambulance, where they underwent further treatment.
The circumstances surrounding the crash are under investigation by the police in Portland at this time.
We hope that those who have suffered injuries as a result of this motor vehicle collision in Portland are able to recover quickly.
Car Accidents in Oregon
In an instant, a traffic incident can change your life forever. Being hospitalized immediately after a crash with significant injuries can be mentally and physically exhausting. Many victims have to spend several days in the hospital and go through months of treatment, like therapy and rehabilitation, once they are released.
Unfortunately, victims often face significant financial burdens that just make overcoming the mental and emotional impacts of motor vehicle collisions more difficult.
A car accident lawyer in Portland will be able to help guide you through the legal process and fight to get you the compensation that you need and deserve from self-serving insurance companies. We are committed to helping you get the money necessary to alleviate the financial burdens and losses that you face throughout the recovery process so you can focus on overcoming your injuries.
Our skilled and fearless personal injury lawyers at Kivel & Howard in Portland, Oregon, have decades of experience helping injured parties secure the compensation they need after motor vehicle collisions. Following your crash, our team can help you get the money necessary to cover your medical costs, alleviate lost wages, and more.
After your crash, our team at Kivel & Howard will do whatever we can to make sure that you are in the best position possible to get justice. Our team will help you secure the compensation necessary to cover your medical costs, so you are able to get the treatment needed for your injuries. Will help to alleviate the impact of lost wages so that you can cover your living expenses throughout the recovery process and beyond. Our team will even help you get compensation to alleviate the pain and suffering that you have been forced to endure due to your crash.
Our lawyers offer free consultations so we can meet with you at your earliest convenience to get started. Call our Oregon law firm today at (503) 796-0909 and (503) 802-4800 to see how we can help you.
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Disclaimer: These posts are written with the intent to provide Oregonians with overall driving and safety information in an effort to reduce the number of serious accidents that take place on our roads and highways. These posts are not intended to provide medical or legal advice of any kind. The photograph used in this story is not representative of the actual accident scene.