Construction & Industrial Accidents

Factories, construction sites and other industrial settings create a high potential for injury and death. Robert Neuberger represents persons injured against wrongdoers who may be responsible for these injuries and wrongful deaths. These cases routinely involve claims against third parties including manufacturers of defective equipment, landowners who provide unsafe premises, contractors, and neglectful equipment operators. Robert Neuberger has represented people who were gravely injured or killed by explosions, bad drivers, electrocution, fires, falling objects, and improperly guarded machines.

Workers compensation does not begin to pay the wages and benefits lost because of an accident. If you are seriously injured on the job or a family member is killed, you should consult with an attorney to determine whether lawful claims exist in addition to workers compensation, including Oregon Employers’ Liability Act claims.

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Admiralty & Maritime Law

Injuries and death to workers and private citizens that occur on or near navigable waters such as the Columbia River, Willamette River, and the Pacific Ocean are governed by federal admiralty law. Special rules regarding liability and damages may apply instead of Oregon law. A lawyer experienced in representing longshoremen, fishermen, shipbuilders, boaters, and water skiers may be of special assistance.

Robert Neuberger represents clients who have been injured on the water and the loved ones of men and women killed on the water, including workers injured at sea, on navigable waters, on tugs and barges, and while working in harbor. Types of cases include:

  • Boating Accidents
  • Water Skiing Accidents
  • Cruise Ship Injuries
  • Tug and Barge Injuries
  • Harbor Accidents
  • Jones Act
  • Unseaworthiness
  • Limitation of Liability
  • Maritime Products Liability

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Insurance Claims

Most cases involve insurance issues. Certainly, these claims include those against your automobile, homeowners, life, or disability insurer. But chances are you are pursuing a claim against someone else who is covered by insurance. This often results in questions beyond merely whether your underlying claim against a person or a corporation is meritorious. Often the biggest issues are whether insurance is available to cover the claim and whether there is enough insurance to cover your losses. While Robert Neuberger restricts his practice to representing injured persons or their families, his past experience dealing with insurance companies provides invaluable insight into how insurance companies handle and resolve claims. Simply put, he knows how they think, what they fear, and which buttons to push.

Many insurance companies may discourage you from seeking legal counsel. There is a reason for that: they have attorneys fighting for them and they know you are at a disadvantage so long as you do not have legal representation. If you have a serious insurance claim, get legal advice first.

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