On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, LLC posted in Insurance on September 11, 2017
Personal injuries can happen under a variety of circumstances. When they are caused by the reckless or negligent conduct of others, you may be entitled to compensation through the at-fault party’s insurance company. Unfortunately, these companies have a financial motive in undervaluing or outright declining…
Common Reasons Insurance Claims Are Declined in Personal Injury Cases
Tags: claim settlements, insurance claims, negligence, personal injury
On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, LLC posted in Insurance on July 28, 2017
Oregon has invested millions of dollars in establishing a new digital program for the state to qualify applicants and dispense Medicaid benefits. While glitches within the system were being worked out over spring 2017, significant numbers of people received waivers that allowed them to obtain benefits they were…
Should I Contact an Attorney If I Was Kicked Out Of The Oregon Medicaid Program?
Tags: civil litigation, Medicaid, Oregon Health Plan, portland
On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, LLC posted in Car Accidents, Insurance on February 28, 2017
When car accidents and injuries occur, proving how the accident happened and who was at fault is a key part in ensuring you get the compensation you need to recover. Police reports, witness statements, and accident investigators can help put together many of…
Best Dash Cams for the Money in 2017
Tags: car accident, Dash Cams, insurance
On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, LLC posted in Insurance on January 26, 2017
You are driving down the road, heading home from work or school, when suddenly a rock or piece of debris flies up from under the tires of the car in front of you and hits your windshield. If you are lucky, the damage is minor, with only a…
Can You Hold Other Drivers Accountable For Rock Chips in Your Windshield?
On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, LLC posted in Insurance on June 28, 2016
Medical Payments Insurance is a special type of insurance that helps to cover your medical bills in an accident regardless of who is at fault. These payments are there to help you and any passengers in your car get the help needed to recover from an accident or auto-related…
What Is Med Pay?
On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, LLC posted in Insurance on May 4, 2016
Car crashes and collisions can result in major injuries and property damages, and one of the most important first steps in the aftermath of even a minor accident should be filing a claim with your automobile insurer. Unfortunately, while insurance company settlements are often invaluable in terms of…
What to Do if Your Insurance Claim is Denied in Portland