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Portland Personal Injury Attorney
  • $5,500,000 Civil Rights/Jail Death

    Settlement for the wrongful death of a jail detainee for failure of defendants to provide necessary adequate medical care.

  • $5,000,000 Medical Malpractice/VA Claim

    Settlement with the Portland VA Hospital for failing to recognize and treat risk for a pulmonary embolism in veteran undergoing surgery, resulting in a spinal cord injury leaving the plaintiff partially paralyzed.

  • $2,250,000 Medical Malpractice [Patzer v Portland Adventist]

    Jury Trial – Verdict for a patient who fell in a hospital and suffered a TBI/Concussion/brain injury which resulted in diminished cognitive function. No settlement offer was made.

  • $1,950,000 Motor Vehicle Accident [Dominguez v Rodriguez]

    Jury Trial – Verdict for fatal Motor Vehicle Collision involving a deadly crash in a Portland intersection caused in part by a tree branches which had obscured a stop sign.

  • $850,000 Medical Malpractice

    Settlement for failing to diagnose and treat a deadly flesh-eating infection after abdominal surgery resulting in severe injuries.

  • $500,000 Negligence/Wrongful Death

    Settlement from State of Oregon DHS for failing to protect and remove from the home a child who suffered severe abuse and neglect which tragically lead to the wrongful death of the minor.

  • $450,000 Premises Liability

    Settlement for a dangerous condition at a putt-putt course which caused an older guest to fall and break her hip requiring major surgery and rehabilitation.

  • $121,000 Motor Vehicle Accident [Brady v Keller]
    "Congratulations to Patrick Angel who just received a Multnomah County jury verdict of $121,000 in a bitterly contested causation fight with Nationwide Insurance and its in house attorney. Those of you who know [Nationwide] recognize that [it] is a formidable opponent [which had] unlimited resources on this case. The adjuster offered Patrick's client $3,000 on this case. Plaintiff was a woman in her mid-80s who suffered compression fractures. However, she was thoroughly x-rayed in the emergency department immediately following the collision and those films gave no hint of a fracture. Patrick put together a great medical team that explained to the jury that it was not unusual for the fractures to only become visible a month or more later. Nationwide was not "on her side" and fought this poor woman without mercy. As a result of the collision she voluntarily gave up her driver's license, moved from her own apartment and entered an assisted living facility. Fortunately for her she had a determined advocate on her side. The jury awarded economic damages of $36,000 and noneconomic damages of $85,000. [T]he Nationwide adjuster, perhaps learned a lesson. In response to [the] $3,000 offer, Patrick said "You've just guaranteed this case is going to trial." No second demand was made to Nationwide and Patrick simply got his case ready and tried it. Great job!"