On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, P.C. posted in Personal Injury on September 16, 2015
Whether we dine out or at home, we can easily take for granted that the food we are eating is safe. If it looks, smells, and tastes good, then it must be okay, right? Wrong. Today’s consumers seem to be facing increasing risks of coming into contact with…
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Tags: food poisoning, Salmonella poisoning
On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, P.C. posted in Personal Injury on September 9, 2015
People in Portland love to swim. For some, it is a form of exercise and a way to stay fit and toned. For other people, swimming is simply a fun form of recreation, a way to cool off and emerge refreshed. Regardless of your motivation, Portland is fortunate…
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On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, P.C. posted in Personal Injury on September 2, 2015
Incidents involving personal injuries can happen anywhere. Anytime a person is injured as the result of another person or company’s reckless or negligent conduct, you have the basis for a personal injury case. Perhaps you suffered an injury as the result of a car accident caused by another driver,…
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On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, P.C. posted in Personal Injury on July 23, 2015
Sex crimes are among the most loathsome of crimes. These crimes leave victims both psychically and mentally scarred, and the trauma of being the target of a sex crime can linger for life.
Sex crimes can affect us all in one way or another, causing us to look with doubt…
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Tags: personal injury, sex abuse, sex crimes
On behalf of The Johnston Law Firm, P.C. posted in Personal Injury on July 16, 2015
Dogs are known for their loyalty, their unending love for us, their eagerness to please, all of which are traits that have afforded them the status of being known as our best friends. Dogs make great companions, and owning one has been shown to decrease anxiety, depression, and overall stress.
Continue reading Identifying Signs of Aggression in Dogs
Tags: dog bite