$100,000 settlement for Policy Limits for a Klamath Falls resident

  • February 9, 1970

A young real estate agent in Klamath Falls tried to handle her claim herself for over a year. She had received soft tissue injuries to her low back in an auto accident, which was not her fault. The insurance company for the driver who caused the accident made an offer that did not even cover her medical bills. We were hired and and obtained a policy limits settlement of $25,000...

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Black, Chapman, Petersen and Stevens attorneys donate $5,000 to the Children’s Advocacy Center

  • January 22, 2008

Two local doctors have offered to provide part-time interim pediatrics for Jackson County’s abused children following the pending loss of the Children’s Advocacy Center’s permanent pediatrician. Doctors Linda Harris and Richard Tripoli will cover shifts at the Children’s Advocacy Center in Medford while the center continues its search for a new medical director, said ce...

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Assault of teen, mother leads to negligence suit

  • November 2, 2009

By Paris Achen Medford Mail Tribune A Medford woman has filed a lawsuit against the Medford School District, the city of Medford and a city police officer for injuries she and her daughter sustained when they were assaulted in 2007 by a group of teenage girls on a walkway near North Medford High School. The lawsuit by Brenda Tyler and on behalf of her daughter, Mellody Santiban...

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$885,000+ settlement for a Dutch citizen

  • January 15, 2010

We were hired by the wife of a Dutch citizen hospitalized in critical condition after having been backed over by a two-ton truck while visiting relatives in Grants Pass. Although he had retired from his job as an engineer, our client was a vital senior citizen who was active, self-sufficient and enjoying his retirement. This accident left him short of breath due to chest injuri...

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$1.1 million settlement for a Grants Pass resident

  • January 29, 2010

We represented a Grants Pass resident who was awakened one morning with his rental house in flames as a result of a gas explosion. He managed to escape the house, but was badly burned. The landlord’s insurance company wrote a letter saying the landlord had no responsibility and they would make no payment. Through knowledge of the Oregon Residential Landlord Tenant Act and...

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Webber named to state fish and wildlife panel

  • February 11, 2010

By Mark Freeman Medford Mail Tribune A former Medford attorney and long-time leader within the state’s largest hunting organization was confirmed this week for a seat on the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission. Bob Webber, 65, of Port Orford was confirmed Monday by the Oregon Senate to represent Oregon’s Fourth Congressional District on the seven-member commission. Webber i...

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