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Peter Anderson Hit by Jeep in Bicycle Accident in Portland, OR

Portland, OR — Peter Anderson was hospitalized after being hit by a Jeep Cherokee while riding his bike in Portland, Oregon, on Friday, May 29, 2015. The accident took place at the intersection of Powell Blvd. and Southeast 26th Avenue around 11:15 in the morning.

According to local sources, Anderson was riding north on SE 26th at the time of the crash. He had a green light when Noah Gilbertson failed to yield the right-of-way and crashed into him.

Anderson suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the accident and was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

Reports say that the 25-year-old Gilbertson is being cited for careless driving, an infraction carrying a possible fine of anywhere up to $12,500.

No other injuries have been reported.

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Scene of the Accident

View from the Road


Unfortunately, many accidents are caused by drivers who just aren’t paying attention to the road ahead of them, and as such are easily avoided. When someone is injured, as is the case in this accident, they face possible charges from the police, as well as a civil claim from the person they injured. While someone may be found at-fault by the police, that doesn’t obligate them to compensate the person they’ve hurt in any way. Unfortunately, it’s often the case that victims are left to pursue that themselves.

— Grossman Law Offices

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