Keith Robert Shepherd’s Guides

Keith Robert Shepherd

Portland Personal Injury Lawyer.

Contributor Level 9
  1. The Litigation Process

    Written by attorney Keith Shepherd, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK

    Filing a lawsuit, defending a lawsuit, and pursuing the litigation process can be scary and intimidating. This article is intended as a descriptive summary of the steps and processes often encountered in litigation.

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  2. Types of Business Entities in Oregon (Pros and Cons)

    Written by attorney Keith Shepherd, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK

    Introduction Starting a new business is an exciting prospect, and there are several types of business entities to choose from. A business entity is a separate and distinct legal organization created

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  3. 10 Things to Know If You are Involved In a Motor Vehicle Accident in Oregon

    Written by attorney Keith Shepherd, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK

    Gather Information. Information is critical to protecting your legal interests and for preserving any claims you may have arising out of the accident. Make certain you write down vehicle license pla

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  4. Civil Assault and Battery Claims in Oregon

    Written by attorney Keith Shepherd, about 2 years ago.

    In Oregon, an assault is an intentional attempt to do violence to the person of another, coupled with present ability to carry the intention into effect.Actual physical contact is not required for an assault to occur.An assault occurs simply with the threat of physical contact.Fo...

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  5. Oregon Statutes of Limitation

    Written by attorney Keith Shepherd, almost 3 years ago.

    This article is a brief summary of various statutes of limitation for claims in Oregon. A statute of limitation is a legal time bar within which a claim must be made. For example, Oregon has a two (2) year statute of limitation for personal injury claims. Therefore, you have two ...

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  6. Medical Write-Offs and How They Apply to Personal Injury Claims

    Written by attorney Keith Shepherd, about 3 years ago.

    Medical Write-Offs in Oregon and How They Apply to Personal Injury Claims. It is not uncommon for medical providers and insurance companies to take medical write-offs in connection with medical services provided to an injured individual with a personal injury or wrongful death c...

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  7. Wrongful Death Claims in Oregon

    Written by attorney Keith Shepherd, about 3 years ago.

    WrongfulDeath Wrongful Death Claims This article is a brief summary of wrongful death claims in Oregon. In short, a wrongful death claim is a claim against an individual whose negligent conduct or acts lead to an injury to a person that ultimately caused the injured person to d...

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  8. Prenuptial Agreements

    Written by attorney Keith Shepherd, over 4 years ago.

    Division of Property upon Divorce Oregon Revised Statute (“ORS”) 107.105 dictates the division of property in Oregon upon dissolution of a marriage. The Court has the authority to divide all propert

  9. Money Damages from Car Accident in Oregon

    Written by attorney Keith Shepherd, about 5 years ago.

    Personal Injury Protection By law, all insurance policies sold in Oregon are required to have personal injury protection (APIP@) coverage. This coverage requirement was enacted by the Oregon legisla

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  10. Top Things to Know About Construction Liens (Oregon)

    Written by attorney Keith Shepherd, about 5 years ago.

    Introduction In Oregon, construction liens are governed entirely by statute, (Chapter 87 of the Oregon Revised Statutes), and are designed to provide security to suppliers and contractors by allowing

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