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    Solomon, Saltsman & Jamieson (“SSJ”) has the experience, compassion, ingenuity, and commitment to help you if you’ve been injured in an accident.   This multi-state firm’s office in Portland, Oregon is lead by Ryan Kroll, who has obtained multiple jury verdicts in excess of $1,000,000.00, and has been named a Rising Star in Oregon Super Lawyers every year since...

  • If you are charged with a crime, you have options and you have rights.   I will give you the skilled and experienced legal representation you deserve, whether it is in trial, negotiating a settlement, challenging the legality of a search or seizure, or in any other aspect of a criminal case. I will take the time to explain what is happening in your case and why, to make sure you know what...

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