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Gregory L Abbott
- Consumer Law, Landlord Tenant, Collections ...
- Oregon, Washington
Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&A
Protecting Consumers and Small Businesses in Oregon for Over 23 Years. Landlord-Tenant Matters, Debt Collection Issues, Wills/Probates/Estate Administration, Auto Accidents, Car Deals Gone Bad are All Mainstays of My Practice. Other Attorneys in Oregon Hire Me to Help - Shouldn't You Too?
- Lewis & Clark Law School
- J.D. (1993)
- Honors: AmJur Award in Alternate Dispute Resolution, Winner of Mock Trial Competition
- Knox College
- B.A. (1975) | Anthropology
- Activities: On Student Government
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- 9th Circuit
I accept contingent fees in select cases after a thorough review
Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
Depending upon the case and the situation, I offer flat fees in some matters; contingent fees in some; and hourly rates in others.
- Consumer Law
- Class Action, Lemon Law
- Landlord Tenant
- Evictions, Housing Discrimination, Landlord Rights, Rent Control, Tenants' Rights
- Probate Administration, Probate Litigation, Will Contests
- Personal Injury
- Animal & Dog Bites, Brain Injury, Car Accidents, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Premises Liability, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death
- Animal & Dog Law
- English: Spoken, Written
- Q. Last 4 months water has been coming in thru ceiling 100 gallons a day when it rains. Can I sue landlord personal injury
- A: It sounds as if you may have claims for reduced rent value, possibly mold damages as well. If desired, with written notice to the landlord, you may have rights to move to alternative housing at the landlord's expense above your rent. Consider reviewing everything with a landlord-tenant attorney.
- Q. What can I do and where do I start? Is this legal?
- A: With no question posed, there is nothing to respond to.
- Q. I got arrested for drawing blood on the other person but fight for self defense can the other person get arrested
- A: Yes, they CAN arrest him, regardless of the outcome of your situation, but it is highly unlikely. The police officers that responded at the time made the decision to arrest you and not him. They could have arrested him; they could have arrested you; they could have arrested both of you; they could have arrested neither of you. They made their determination and now they have to prove their case against you. But arresting you has little or nothing to do with arresting him and there is no reason to think the district attorney is now going to go back in time to try to second guess the police. They are far too busy with new cases to go try to "create" one out of the past. If you are exonerated, there's no reason for you to want him charged except for vengeance - and that is not a good reason for them to go after him.
Websites & Blogs
- Consumer Law Northwest
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