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Oregon’s cap on non-economic damages ruled unconstitutional in some cases
Personal injury case outcomes are, well, highly personal. Because of their injuries, many clients are permanently disabled, have lost jobs, or have otherwise had their lives turned upside down. Because of that, most injured people look back on litigation, even successful litigation, as something they’d rather forget. WLG is sensitive to those privacy concerns, so we generally do not publish case-specific settlement information. This section therefore includes only publicly available cases and information, and cases which WLG has specific permission to share.
Most cases settle before trial, but some do not. And some of the cases that go to trial are then appealed to the Oregon Court of Appeals or the Oregon Supreme Court. The following are some notable appellate decisions in the personal injury/insurance law arena that could impact your case:
Personal Injury and Insurance Law