Distracted Driving 2

Over 2.5 million people in the U.S. are involved in road accidents each year. The population of the US is just 318.9 million. At this rate, the American people could be extinct in two human lifespans. This is an astounding number of traffic accidents.

By |October 17th, 2018|Auto Accidents, Dangerous Oregon Roads, Distracted Driving|

Distracted Driving: Horror Stories 1

"The common response is 'Well, I didn't have it up to my ear.' Well, it doesn't matter, if you're holding the phone, if you're touching your phone other than the one swipe, it's a violation."

Rizklaw Quarterly Newsletter Q2:V1

In This Issue:

A Guide to Protesting

E-Scooters in PDX

End the Bullying

Meet Rizklaw

Scholarship

Inside Look

E-Scooters- How Safe are They?

Sure, e-scooters may make personal transportation more convenient in our traffic-heavy city.  But how safe are e-Scooters, really??

Insurance Super Bullies

In grade school, bully avoidance tactics work most of the time but avoidance only goes so far. After grade school many kids learn to stand up to the bad apples and only fight when there seems to be no other option.    As life rolls on, I have become aware of a greater, “Super Bully”.

By |September 12th, 2018|Insurance Law, Richard Rizk|

A Guide to Protesting in Portland Oregon

Have you noticed? Folks of all walks of life are exercising 1st Amendment rights more often and much of the time through protest. Though crucial to a healthy democracy, Americans’ free speech right has limitations. But before protesting, you should be aware of your rights, duties and risks. 

The 411 on Car Insurance

The FAQ on Auto Insurance: How much do you need and how much will it cost!

Providence Bridge Pedal 2018

As a South Portland personal injury law firm, we care about our community and the community’s safety. So for those of you participating in the Bridge Pedal, refresh on general bike safety before heading out! There will be thousands of riders present and bike courtesy and awareness will be essential to everyone’s safety. Also, remember to wear a good helmet and bring water!

By |August 8th, 2018|Community Events, General News, South Portland|

Springwater Corridor Trail: Closure

From July 9th until October 31st, a large section of the Springwater Corridor Trail is closed for a restoration project. Trail goers are still able to access the Wildlife Refuge,  the Oregon Yacht Club, as well as Oaks Amusement Park. Although if you were hoping to ride straight through the trail, that won’t be an option until the fall unfortunately. As much as it is a disappointment for summer cyclist, it is also a  beneficial project.

The #MeToo Movement and Child Sexual Abuse Cases

While many people sharing #MeToo stories are college students and adults, the #MeTooK12 hashtag encourages young students to come forward and report incidents of sexual misconduct in schools, as well as in life outside of school. As a result of these movements, many people of all ages are reporting that they suffered sexual abuse as children.

By |July 30th, 2018|Sexual Abuse|