This page contains a sortable listing of all personal injury verdicts in Oregon since January 1, 2014. Some counties were late to begin uploading records into Oregon's electronic filing system and so the verdicts for those counties may begin in 2015.
The information contained in this page comes from the pleadings filed by the parties to these lawsuits. When more than one injury is alleged, we try our best to indicate the primary and secondary injury.
Verdict research helps lawyers and clients understand what juries have done in similar cases. Past verdicts can't predict the future, but they do allow clients to understand the field of possibilities. It is important to understand that no two cases are exactly the same and even if they were the results might vary. Many factors can affect the amount of a jury verdict including the strength of the liability case, injury severity, and the skill of the lawyers involved.
The best way to understand the potential value of an injury case is always to contact a skilled personal injury lawyer to get advice.
If you were injured and want a more complete valuation of your case, call Chad Stavley at 503-546-8812 for a free consultation.
Last Update 9/7/23.