A woman has sued Turner Logging for improperly stringing a cable across a trail in her properly
Forest Grove Woman Sues Logging Company for Wrongly Strung Cable
Date: July 17, 2012
Location: 19200 block, Northwest Timber Road, Forest Grove
Name: Laural McEuin
Laural McEuin has said in her suit filed last week that she fell from her horse on the improperly placed logging cable. She further said that the logging company had not informed her of the cable or used flags to make the cable more visible. She has asked for compensation of $867,500 that includes the cost of past and future medical expenses as well as pain, suffering, and inability to continue with her normal activities. She has said that she suffered from cervical and lumbar injuries apart from loss of smell and taste. We extend our sympathies to the victim.
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Posted on June 26, 2014, in Medical Bills, Oregon Personal Injury Attorney, Portland personal injury attorneys, Premises Liability and tagged cable, Laural McEuin, Northwest Timber Road, Turner Logging. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.