$612,000 Award for Pedestrian Accident Injury in Portland, OR

Key Details

  • Case Type: Pedestrian accident
  • Location: Portland, OR
  • Injuries: Severe injuries necessitating two surgeries

Case Description

Our client was a pedestrian lawfully crossing NW 23rd Avenue in a designated crosswalk when a negligent driver, who didn’t have their headlights on, collided with them. The impact resulted in devastating injuries that required extensive medical attention and two surgeries.

Legal Strategy

Veteran personal injury attorney Todd Newlin acted swiftly and obtained the maximum $50,000 policy limits from the at-fault driver's insurance company, showcasing his ability to effectively secure fair compensation.


One of the key challenges we faced in this case was dealing with the underinsured motorist claim due to the severity of the client's injuries.


Attorney Newlin refused to accept an initial offer of $100,000 from the insurance company to settle the underinsured motorist claim. Instead, he pursued arbitration, and as a result, our client was awarded a substantial $612,000 settlement.

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