Resources & FAQ

Resources & FAQ

Can I afford an Attorney?

There are resources available for all people to help you navigate the legal system at a price you can afford. Whether you can afford an attorney depends on what kind of case you have. If you have a personal injury case many lawyers wont require you to pay anything unless the lawyer can recover something for you. In most criminal cases, if you meet the requirements for indigence you can have the court appoint a lawyer for you. If you want to pursue a legal matter, and aren’t sure if you can afford it Contact Hunking Law, LLC and we will either be able to help you or point in the direction of legal services that fit your budget.

I was just charged with a DUII, what do I do now?

The best thing to do after being charged with a DUII is to call an attorney as soon as possible. Protecting your rights requires that you respond quickly and effectively. If you have been charged with a DUII and you need help navigating the legal process Contact Hunking Law, LLC to set up a free consultation.

My family member was arrested, what do I do now?

If your family member has been arrested, then they probably need an attorney. They may already have one appointed for them, or they may be required to retain one on their own. If your family member has been arrested and you want to know what you can do to help Contact Hunking Law,LLC for a free consultation.

Can I expunge my Oregon criminal record?

Oregon law allows expunction of arrest records if there was no prosecution, and convictions. Eligibility for expunction is based on: (1) The number of offenses you have been arrested for or convicted of, (2) the level and type of offense, (3) The length of time that has passed since arrest or conviction. If you want your record expunged Contact Hunking Law, LLC for a free eligibility screening.

I was injured, but I received a settlement offer from the insurance company of the person that injured me, should I accept it?

Insurance companies do not have your best interests in mind. They are companies, and like any company they try to maximize profits and minimize losses. If you have been injured and it is covered by the policy issued by an insurance company then you are a liability to the company. Their goal will be to minimize their losses, which means they will try to pay you as little as you will take to remove their liability. You should not accept a settlement without at least discussing it with an attorney.

Is it financially worth it to hire an attorney for my personal injury claim?

In my experience, it will almost always net you more money to hire an attorney to deal with your personal injury claim. Contact Hunking Law, LLC for a free consultation regarding whether we can add value to your personal injury claim.

My driver license was permanently revoked after my third DUII, can I ever get it back?

If your driver’s license has been revoked as a result of a third conviction for DUII, you may qualify for reinstatement. Call the attorneys at Hunking Law, LLC for a free consultation to determine if and when you will qualify to have your license returned. We understand the importance of being able to drive in order to get to work, deal with family issues, and to get back to productivity.

License Reinstatement as a result of a permanent revocation for a third conviction for DUII is governed by ORS 809.235 and requires that the court make certain findings after an evidentiary hearing in order to determine whether the court can restore you driving privileges. Our attorneys have experience winning these petitions and have successfully returned several Oregon Driver Licenses after a permanent Driver License revocation has been imposed. We are happy to discuss your case with you and provide you more information about your license revocation. Call today to speak with one of our attorneys about getting your license back.

Expunction

Oregon Law generally allows you to expunge your arrest record. Eligibility for expunction is based on: (1) The number of offenses you have been arrested for or convicted of, (2) the level and type of offense, (3) The length of time that has passed since arrest or conviction. Call (541)HUNKING to discuss if and how you can have your arrest record set aside.