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Law Firm OverviewHerron Law, LLC is a full service personal injury firm located in the Portland region of Lake Oswego, Oregon.
Attorney Bartley (“Bart”) E. Herron has nearly 20 years of experience and is licensed to practice law and appear in all Oregon State and Municipal Courts, the U.S. Courts for the District of Oregon, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He has an extensive background in both negotiation and litigation, giving him the ability to seek a fair settlement, or to take a client’s case to court if it's in their best interests.
Herron Law, LLC represents clients with understanding and compassion and is dedicated to protecting their rights and interests while pursuing the most favorable outcomes in even the most complex personal injury matters.
Year this Office was Established: 1998
Languages: Russian, English
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Dog Bites; Drowning Accidents; Railroad Crossing Accidents; Train Accidents; Misconduct; Drunk Driving Accidents; Disability Benefits; Long-Term Disability; Veterans Benefits; Division of Property.
Mr. Bartley E. Herron
Accident, Car Accident, Litigation, Personal Injury
- Oregon State Bar Association
- Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
- Clackamas County Bar Association
- Brain Injury Association of America
More Information on Herron Law, LLCAccidents & Injuries
Drunk Driving Accidents
Bus & Trucking Accidents
Railroad Crossing Accidents
Articles Published by Herron Law, LLC
For individuals who have never been charged with a DUI and are unfamiliar with DUI law, the ignition interlock device is a mystery. The ignition interlock device (IID) is a mechanism slightly larger than a cell phone that is installed in a vehicle’s dashboard after an individual has been convicted of a certain type of DUI. The IID works like a Breathalyzer and the driver of the vehicle must blow into the device and register a legal BAC before the vehicle will start.Read Article
Driving while under the intoxication of alcohol or drugs is a practice that is illegal throughout the United States. The specific penalties and consequences for DUI and DUII charges are determined by each individual state, and the acceptable level of blood alcohol concentration is unique to every state as well. If a police officer suspects a driver of driving while intoxicated, they may pull the driver over and request a test to determine alcohol-level.Read Article