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Portland Pedestrian Right of Way Laws Explained

On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, LLC posted in Car Accidents, Crosswalk Injury, Pedestrian Accidents on May 17, 2016

Portland’s geography, climate, and year round activities and attractions make the city particularly appealing for walkers, whether out running errands and shopping in neighborhood markets or enjoying the area’s trails and parks. In order to ensure the safety of those both on foot and in vehicles, Portland’s pedestrian…

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The Danger Zones for Pedestrians in Portland

On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, LLC posted in Crosswalk Injury, Pedestrian Accidents on June 4, 2015

Beautiful scenery, temperate climate, friendly neighborhoods and plenty of public spaces make Portland a great city in which to walk. Walking is environmentally friendly and good for your health, and Portlanders fill the streets each day, walking for enjoyment, running errands, and walking to work. While the city has made…

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Safety Tips for Pedestrians in Portland

On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, LLC posted in Crosswalk Injury, Pedestrian Accidents on May 14, 2015

Portland is a great city to experience on foot. Over the last decade, the city has been encouraging people to walk both for fitness and as a means of transportation to work, school, or to do errands. There are numerous trails and guided walks offered by the city, and neighborhood…

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5 Ways to Reduce Chances of Crosswalk Injury

On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, LLC posted in Crosswalk Injury on May 1, 2015

Walking is proven to be beneficial to your health. A 30-minute walk each day can increase your energy levels, stamina and ability to handle stress, while decreasing your risk of heart attack, stroke, and diabetes. Even the environment benefits when we choose to walk to work, to school, or to…

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