Top Burns Products Liability Lawyers - Oregon

  • 160 N.W. Irving Avenue Bend OR 97701 44.059227 -121.309906

    The law firm of Warren John West, P.C., focuses exclusively on personal injury and wrongful death. Located in Bend, Oregon, the firm serves clients in the community and throughout the eastern Oregon area. With over 46 years of practice experience, founder Warren John West is a highly skilled trial lawyer who believes that legal representation should combine experience and compassion. The law firm...

  • 747 SW Mill View Way Bend OR 97702 44.049416 -121.31714

    At Cosgrave Vergeer Kester LLP, our law firm has successfully been able to represent clients in Bend, Oregon, using many different approaches to conflict resolution. Arbitration and mediation are two of our attorneys’ main strengths, regardless of the circumstances involved. We regularly seek to find peaceful agreements to legal disputes, whether we are handling a taxation case or real...

  • 965 SW Emkay Drive,Suite 200 Bend OR 97702 44.04454 -121.324356

    Hawn & Walsh LLC, in Bend, Oregon, provides legal advice and representation for individuals seeking resolutions to their most complex insurance litigation problems. The firm is focused on providing strategies and solutions to help people injured in accidents or denied insurance claims obtain the full and fair financial compensation they deserve. For more than 30 years, the name Bruce J....

  • 1558 SW Nancy Way,Suite 101 Bend OR 97702 44.04158 -121.335846

    Bend Personal Injury Attorneys At any time, a collision on the road, dog attack or other accident caused by someone's negligent actions can seriously alter the course of victims' and their families' lives. Often, the people harmed have never been in any such situation before and do not know how to protect their rights to fair compensation. Talking to insurance representatives on your own in the...

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Products liability lawyers handle injuries resulting from defective consumer products like airbags, guns, lawnmowers, football helmets, and tobacco.  They also handle food poisoning cases.

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