If you or a family member has been hurt due to someone else's negligence you owe it to yourself to understand all your legal options. You may have significant medical expenses. You may have permanent injuries that are life-changing. You should get a free consultation with a personal injury attorney who has experience handling serious injury cases including in Medford and Jackson County.
Our law firm offers free consultations so that you will have all the information you need. Call 503-546-8812 for your free consultation.
Chad Stavley only represents accident victims and never represents insurance companies or corporations. The Law Office of Chad Stavley is a small firm based in Portland. But Chad prides himself on tackling significant injury cases in every corner of the state. Some of his recent cases outside of the Portland metro area include:
To review more of our verdicts and settlements for to our results page. Then look at our numerous five-star reviews to see how we are completely focused on getting the best outcome possible for our clients.
If you are looking for Medford personal injury lawyers and want a lawyer not afraid to fight the insurance company in any courthouse in the state, call Chad Stavley for a free consultation.
At The Law Office of Chad Stavley, we take cases involving serious injuries throughout Oregon and Washington including Medford and Jackson County. We have experience obtaining financial compensation for clients in multiple personal injury case types including:
Dog bites and attacks
Rideshare accidents - Lyft and Uber
Wrongful death claims
Workplace injury cases
General negligence - personal injury cases
Jail medical malpractice
Traumatic brain injury cases
Premises liability (slip and fall)
We represent injured clients statewide. Call our law firm today at 503-546-8812. Chad will take the time to understand what happened to you and then answer all your questions so that you can feel comfortable knowing your options.
Mr. Stavley represented a young girl bitten in the face by a dog while with family at an outdoor restaurant. The dog owner was aware that her dog had anxiety and a history of aggression. The settlement was for the dog owner's insurance policy limits.
Call us or a send a message to have your case reviewed.