Personal Injury Law Firm: Areas of Practice
Angel Law, P.C. is not one of those oversized law firms taking on hundreds of clients where clients become lost in the shuffle, and you rarely have an opportunity to speak with the actual lawyer.
We keep our client base small enough for us to provide full service and personal attention to every serious injury or medical malpractice case we take on, whether that case involves a single negligent individual, or an entire group of bad-actors, or a corporation.
Our team has the ability, resources, and drive to get results for our clients in virtually any area of personal injury law. We understand that these types of cases take a lot of time to prepare and try, but the justice served is worth it all. We will take on those defendants who need to be confronted and help to hold them accountable for their actions.
Why Retain an Injury Lawyer from Angel Law, P.C.?
In our years of experience, Angel Law, P.C. has found that plaintiffs who act on their own often do not fare well. That's because the defendants in these sorts of cases always hire outstanding lawyers to win the case so as to avoid public embarrassment and costs.
Due to this formidable opposition, you need to have real legal firepower on your side. As a former U.S. Marine, Patrick Angel understands going to battle. He knows that to be successful, an attorney must gather convincing evidence and shape airtight arguments to win justice in our legal system.
How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Claim in Oregon?
According to the Oregon Revised Statutes section 12.110, the statute of limitations for personal injury cases in the state of Oregon is two years. The statute of limitations is a law which limits how long injury victims have to file a personal injury claim before they lose their legal right to do so.
More specifically, this means you have two years from the date your injury was inflicted to file your claim, or you will lose your right to file and your right to pursue compensation no matter how serious your injuries are. It’s important to note that there are exceptions that can change this time limit. The most notable exceptions include:
- If the injury victim was a minor at the time of the accident
- If the injury victim has a condition that qualifies them as legally mentally incapacitated
- If the alleged negligent party leave the state before a lawsuit can be filed
The statute of limitations has a big impact on your ability to file a claim so it’s important to speak to an experienced attorney about the specifics of your case as soon as you can. Angel Law, P.C. offers free, no-obligation consultations so you have nothing to lose by contacting our firm today!