Hunt & Associates P.C.

Oct 3, 2018

What to Do After You are Involved in an Accident

Car crashYou are driving home from work after a busy day speeding down the road when, all of a sudden, another car pops out of nowhere right in front of you so you slam on the brakes, but it’s too late and your vehicles smash together. Now what?

STEP 1

Stop the car. You don’t want to make an accident worse by leaving the scene. Aside from it being morally and ethically wrong, leaving the scene … Read more

Aug 16, 2017

Don’t Break the Law Just Because There’s a Solar Eclipse

Solar eclipseOregon will be the first state in the U.S. to experience the total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017.  Given the expected increase of traffic and tourism, the Oregon State Police would like to remind you that the eclipse is no excuse to break the law.  For example, unless there is a genuine emergency or another exemption applies, you have no right to stop your car in traffic to get a better view.  (See ORS Read more

Jan 10, 2017

Criminal Law and Wheelchairs: Be Careful Where You Roll

Motorized wheelchairMost of us wouldn’t think that hang gliders require the same regulation through rules and laws as airplanes and helicopters.  Most of us probably wouldn’t think that wheelchairs, even if motorized, should logically be governed by the plethora of traffic laws and rules applied to cars, buses and trucks driving down our streets and highways. After all, a wheelchair enables someone who can’t walk to achieve a personal mobility equivalent to walking.  A wheelchair does … Read more

Jun 28, 2016

Our Slowing Roads – The War against Our Cars

Traffic - 080416Have you ever wondered why the streets and roads seem increasingly clogged, the traffic more and more congested?  Did you ever wonder if the City just doesn’t want to ever fix the potholes no matter how much money it has to spend on art, bike paths, employee perks and bridges for every means of travel except the cars we actually use most?  In fact, streets and roads are regularly redesigned to impede the flow of … Read more