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Consult a Portland personal injury attorney from the law offices of Daniel C. Lorenz today for a consultation and review of your right to collect compensation for personal injuries caused by negligence, intentional misconduct, or on the grounds of strict liability. If a Portland accident or injury occurs as a result of carelessness by an individual who should have known better, the victim may be able to sue based upon, but not limited to:

  • 1. The person who caused your accident and injury owed you a duty of care
  • 2. He or she failed to carry out the duty they owed you
  • 3. This failure caused your injury
Intentional Misconduct
A deliberate action that causes damage to another person or another person’s property can be classified as intentional misconduct. When a person knows that taking a certain action could cause harm and does not care, or actively desires to harm others, it is intentional misconduct. Examples of intentional misconduct, which could prompt an Portland accident lawsuit, include assault, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and battery.
Strict Liability
Strict liability is often applied to claims involving defective products. In cases of strict liability, you do not need to prove that there was negligent conduct. You only need to demonstrate that the product was defective and that this defect caused your injury.

Our personal injury lawsuit practice involves substantial legal resources, extensive practical experience in the negotiation and litigation of claims and the personal client interaction that can only come from more than 30 years of personal injury practice.