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Attorney for drunk driving accident victims in Oregon

We go after drunk drivers and the bars that over serve them.

Drug and alcohol related car crashes are very common in Oregon and can be some of the most serious crashes. Unfortunately, each year people die on Oregon roads from crashes that could have easily been prevented. Driving drunk is more than merely negligent; it is criminal.  Oregon’s DUII laws are tough, but they don’t address the financial damages that can be significant for injured individuals or families who have lost a loved one.  

Chad Stavley will go beyond what the prosecutors can do and take on the drunk driver, their insurance company, and overserving bars and hold them financially accountable.   

Why choose Chad Stavley?

  • If you hire the Law Office of Chad Stavley, we will handle everything related to the drunk-driving crash that hurt you or a loved one.  We handle the injury claim against the drunk driver, investigate and bring claims against any bars that overserved the drunk driver, work with the district attorney’s office in matters related to the criminal case, handle health insurance disputes, and anything else related to the crash.  
  • Chad Stavley is a former Multnomah County Deputy District Attorney.  As a prosecutor, he handled hundreds of drunk driving cases.  He knows how to get the evidence necessary to win your case. In addition, Chad has been a personal injury lawyer for 13 years.  He knows how to get maximum compensation from the drunk driver and overserving bars.  
  • We take all our cases on a contingency fee basis.  That means you don’t owe anything until after we win and get you the compensation you deserve. 

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Questions About Drunk Driver Cases

Under what circumstances can a bar or tavern be held accountable in a drunk driving case?

Generally, if a bar, tavern, or other social host serves a person who is visibly intoxicated, they may have civil liability. However, issues related to comparative negligence, the level of proof required, and joint and several liability complicate these cases. Therefore, victims should consult with lawyers who have experience dealing with these complex issues. Contact us today.

What is restitution in the criminal case?

The judge in the criminal court case can order restitution for economic losses you have suffered. This can include property damage and medical bills. Unfortunately, criminal courts are not set up to handle or enforce financial matters. As a result, the vast majority of all restitution awards are never paid.

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