Category: Car Collisions


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Hidden Costs in "Low Cost" Crossbikes?

Portland’s inner eastside contains an extensive network of neighborhood greenways: low traffic side streets that encourage bike traffic by including sharrow pavement markings, bike-specific wayfinding signs,…

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A bike at night silhouetted against headlights, which emphasizes how tricky visibility can be in Oregon and how bicyclists can protect themselves through the use of bike lights and bright or reflective clothing.

Bike Lights: Riding with What’s Required Has Benefits

I was biking home at dusk in northeast Portland, and I turned onto a particularly narrow street. I could see a car approaching, though at…

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Distracted Driving: Ray Thomas analyzes Oregon's latest law

On Tuesday September 26, 2017, TCNF partner Ray Thomas appeared with Sheriff Deputy Sgt.  Julie Denny, and Oregon State Police Sgt. Jeff Prouix to discuss…

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Insurance Covers Mom as Passenger

Adams v. Presnell, 286 Or App 390 (2017) Here’s a case in which the Oregon Court of Appeals applies common sense to liability for injury…

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Getting Doored: Whose Fault Is It?

We get told all the time about collisions where a bike rider is being blamed for a right hook collision and the driver’s insurance adjuster…

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