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Erin R. Christison

Personal Injury Attorney

erinc@novationlaw.com

(503) 390-2044

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Education

Erin attended Gonzaga Law School where she was one of the youngest graduates ever from that school. After graduation she worked in private practice and as Deputy Prosecutor for the State of Idaho for several years. Erin has successfully litigated cases against international companies such as Samsung and Subway, and has settled claims with major insurance companies.

 

Erin belongs to the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, the Oregon State Bar, and the Idaho State Bar.

 

Erin has completed two marathons and two triathlons. She played colligate soccer and currently serves as the President of the Keizer Soccer Club.

 

 

Immigration

 

  - DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals)

  - DAPA (Deferred Action Parent Accountability)

  - Visas

  - Greencards & Permenant Residence

  - Citizenship

 

Personal Injury

With over ten years of litigation experience Erin specializes in all areas of Personal Injury including:

  - Auto accidents

  - Wrongful death

  - Medical malpractice

  - Premise liability (slip and fall)

  - Crime victims

  - All other areas of personal injury

 

- Juris Doctorate – Gonzaga University

- Masters of Arts in Criminal Justice – University of Cincinnati

- Bachelors of Art in Political Science – University of Utah

 

 

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ABOUT NOVATION LAW

 

Novation: to substitute something old with something new; innovation.

 

Novation Law is a law firm with attorneys who are committed to improving the way law is practiced. All attorneys are required to limited their practice areas to one or two areas of law so that there are better able to master the nuances and understand the complexities.