Portland, OR – Two Injured in Rollover Crash on Cornelius Pass RdOregon Legal News
Portland, OR (April 12, 2021) – Two people were hospitalized following a motor vehicle accident in the Portland area on Saturday, according to local news sources. At approximately 1:10 p.m., on April 10, emergency crews were requested at the scene of an incident on Cornelius Pass Road.
Reports from authorities show that two vehicles were involved in a collision on Cornelius Pass Road. The impact of the crash caused one of the vehicles to roll over.
Two people involved in the accident were injured. The two victims were rendered aid at the scene by Hillsboro Fire & Rescue before being transported to area hospitals for further care. At this time, the incident remains under investigation.
Our thoughts are with the victims injured in this accident. We hope for their full recovery.
Car Accidents in Portland, Oregon
Being involved in a vehicle collision comes with overwhelming mental and physical consequences. This is especially true in cases where people are left with injuries. Regrettably, over 100,000 collisions occur within our state each year. Tens of thousands of people are left with injuries that require some form of medical treatment. When victims incur broken bones, spinal cord damage, and traumatic brain injuries, they are forced to undergo immediate and long-term treatment. Not only are victims left to suffer physically from their crashes, but both victims and their families are often forced to endure stacking medical costs and devastating financial consequences from lost wages and property repairs.
Although we want to believe that every driver on the road operates their vehicle in a careful and considerate manner, this is far from the truth. In fact, driver negligence, carelessness, and distraction are some of the leading causes of accidents in Oregon and throughout the entire country. When victims are harmed in crashes due to the actions of others, it is crucial that they seek legal guidance as soon as possible. Victims may have legal options to help them secure the compensation they need to move forward. By contacting a car accident attorney in Oregon, you can learn about different legal options available to help you move forward.
The knowledgeable and seasoned Oregon personal injury attorneys at Kivel & Howard have decades of combined experience helping accident victims get the justice they deserve after being harmed in vehicle collisions. Our clients can depend on us to keep their best interests in mind as we fight on their behalf to ensure they are fully and fairly compensated for their injuries. We strive to provide excellence to each client as we provide individualized representation to them to ensure their specific legal needs are met. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident as a result of another person’s actions, contact our personal injury attorneys in Oregon at (503) 796-0909 or (503) 802-4800 to schedule a free case evaluation today. Our team is available at your earliest convenience to meet with you and discuss the circumstances surrounding your accident to determine the best legal options available for you moving forward. Call now to see how we can help you.
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