Gresham Personal Injury Lawyer
Our EXPERIENCE, RESULTS, and an UNMATCHED WORK ETHIC is what sets us apart
Phillip C Gilbert & Associates, PC; Gresham, Oregon
I was admitted to both the Oregon and Washington State Bars in 1992, and am also admitted to practice in federal court in several states, and the United States Supreme Court. After first working for two insurance defense law firms in downtown Portland, Oregon, in March of 1995 I opened my own practice, in Gresham, Oregon. Awarded “AV Preeiminent Peer-Rated” rating by Martindale-Hubbell beginning in 2012, and through the present. Selected as a “Super Lawyer” in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and again in 2020, and selected as one of the “Top Attorneys in Oregon” by Portland Monthly magazine; also in the years 2013 through 2020. in 2017, I was selected for inclusion in the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Lawyers: Civil – Plaintiff.
I am a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum; Stanford’s Who’s Who, and the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association’s “Guardians of Justice,” and the Gus Solomon Inn of Court. We are also A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau.
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We’re often asked by our clients what they should have done after having been involved in the accident (the term “accident” is actually a misnomer, as is discussed in a previous blog post). In some respects, the answer to that question depends on the nature of the...
It goes without saying that the term "car accident" (and the related terms "auto accident" and "motor vehicle accident") are commonly used to describe vehicle collisions1 that produce injuries to one or more of the vehicle occupants and/or damage to the property of...
What exactly is a “personal injury” claim, you may ask. Generally speaking, a personal injury claim is a claim wherein someone seeks reasonable compensation (in the American legal system, the types of compensation that can be recovered are referred to as “damages”)...