If someone else's negligence or misconduct resulted in your serious injury or the death of a loved one, the law says that you have the right to hold all responsible parties liable for compensating you for your losses. Our Hillsboro personal injury attorneys at Nachtigal, Eisenstein & Associates have the trial experience you can rely on to fight effectively for your rights.
Liability can lie with whomever acted negligently, including:
A serious injury can result in financial hardship as well as emotional strain. It may be possible to pursue financial damages to help cover the consequences of your injury. These damages are meant to help cover the cost of medical bills, lost earnings, property damage, pain and suffering, or loss of emotional support.
Wrongful death cases have a specific set of damages you may be able to pursue as you seek justice for your lost loved one. If you cannot cover the costs that accrue after an injury, you may experience even more consequences.
Let us pursue a recovery that can help prevent financial problems such as:
When medical bills pile up and you are being harassed by collections agencies, you need serious legal assistance. For more than 15 years, our Hillsboro personal injury lawyers have represented injured people in Hillsboro, Beaverton, Forest Grove, Tigard, Tualatin, Sherwood, Cornelius, North Plains, Banks, Gaston, King City, Durham, Bull Mountain, Timber, Diley, Laurelwood, and Mulloy. We are Washington County's trusted personal injury lawyers.
Were you injured in an auto accident or motorcycle accident? Were your injuries caused by a commercial vehicle such as a delivery van or semi-truck? We are ready to help you recover damages. We also represent premises liability cases, often referred to as slip-and-fall accidents.
Other serious personal injury cases we often represent include:
As a result of our wide-ranging experience, our personal injury law firm has the professional resources and skills to investigate all areas of responsibility. We work hard to ensure that all liable parties meet their financial obligation to you and your family.