Bart  Herron

Herron Law LLC
The National Trial Lawyers Civil Plaintiff - Top 100 Brain Injury - Top 25
Herron Law LLC
5285 Meadows Rd Ste 204
Lake OswegoOR 97035
(503) 699-6496
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Bart Herron has been an attorney for more than 22 years and has focused his practice solely on personal injury, representing clients all over the Portland metro area as well as seriously injured people all over Oregon. With former experience as a licensed social worker and pro-tem prosecutor, personal injury attorney Bart Herron can understand the situation you are in due to personal injury after a serious accident.

Attorney Herron and the firm’s team of professionals are dedicated to protecting the rights and interests of each client. Attorney Herron has an extensive background in both negotiation and litigation, giving him the ability to pursue a fair settlement or to take your case to court if it’s in your best interests. 

Who We Represent

We represent injured Oregon people in cases involving serious car crashes, all brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, bone fractures, claims against insurance companies, medical negligence, claims against the government, etc. throughout Oregon. We will come to you in you are unable to travel.

What We Do

We do not & will not represent insurance companies! Bart Herron and his wife founded the firm in 1998 with a desire to help injured Oregonians to fight the insurance industry in the northwest, advocating entirely on behalf of plaintiffs. Therefore, please use this site as your legal guide to help you navigate the legal system. 

Experience and Education Makes Us Who We Are

Background & Education

Ohio State University College of Law– Juris Doctorate, 1998

Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Psychology

Associations & Memberships

Oregon State Bar Association

Clackamas County Bar Association

Brain Injury Association of America

AAJ

Herron 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.

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