Portland, OR asked in Personal Injury for Oregon

Q: In Oregon I was sued for liability of an accident on in my store. via arbitration he won since I filed late. and now

now I required to pay lawyer fees. order for default re ORCP69 based on this claim my "friend" had told me to enter a counter claim for $50,000 so I did. separate. how will that effect the trial de novo. and can I cancel before it harms me the counter claim today?

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Craig M. Hopkins
Craig M. Hopkins
  • Corvallis, OR
  • Licensed in Oregon

A: If you have retained a lawyer, you should direct this question directly to him/her. Good luck!

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