Category: Personal Injury


A bike parked by the side of the street. We're glad Portland's BIKETOWN program encourages greater bike use, but some of BIKETOWN's advice incorrectly describes Oregon bike law.

Back to School Road Safety Tips

TCNF Partner Cynthia Newton spoke with KATU traffic reporter Hannah Olsen about getting your kids to school safely by bike. In this clip, aired in…

Read More
A gavel on a desk, representing the recent ruling in the Oregon Supreme Court regarding out of state defective products manufacturers' liability

Out-of-State Defective Products Manufacturers Subject to Their Home State Time Limits

When an Oregonian suffers injury because of a defective product–a car, an industrial machine, a consumer product–the product manufacturer and seller is responsible for paying…

Read More
Cynthia Newton, a Portland personal injury attorney who specializes in medical malpractice cases, sitting at her desk at Thomas, Coon, Newton & Frost answering commonly asked questions about medical malpractice cases and what people should do if they believe medical malpractice happened to them.

Navigating Medical Malpractice Cases in Oregon: An Interview with Cynthia F. Newton

Medical malpractice occurs when a hospital, doctor, or other healthcare provider (e.g. nurse, nurse practitioner, dentist, physician’s assistant, naturopath, nurse anesthetist) makes a mistake that…

Read More

Oregon Bicycle Riders and Pedestrians Need More Protection From Personal Injury

A cyclist or pedestrian involved in a collision with a vehicle often suffers serious injury, requiring emergency medical care, surgery and hospitalization and short or…

Read More
1
2
3
4
8
9
10

We can help

Get in touch for a free consultation.