Attorney Timothy Grabe Takes the “Pro Bono Pledge”
As a personal injury lawyer in Portland, OR, Timothy Grabe wants to ensure that all wrongfully injured victims have access to the legal representation that they deserve. In many cases, however, these victims fail to take action simply because they do not have enough money to hire an attorney. It is for this reason that Mr. Grabe has recently decided to take the Multnomah County Bar Association’s “pro bono pledge,” which involves helping at least one indigent or otherwise deserving person, without cost, per year. In short, engaging in pro bono work means that his legal services will be provided for free.
Although he has just recently decided to take the Multnomah County Bar Association’s pledge, Mr. Grabe is not new to pro bono work by any means. In past years, he has stepped up to provide pro bono legal services to a huge cross section of deserving people. He understands how important legal counsel can be—especially in cases when the victim has been catastrophically injured—so he has continued to offer his services to those who desperately need a lawyer, but cannot afford to pay. By engaging in pro bono work, he is only asked to sacrifice his time. The people that he represents, however, have much more to lose.
Of the pro bono cases that he has taken on so far, Attorney Grabe has assisted clients in obtaining an expungement of their criminal record, advocated for Vietnam veterans who were injured by Agent Orange, handled shoplifting accusations, offered family law advice to parents struggling with child support issues and helped minors set up their personal injury accounts in banks. If you are in need of legal assistance in Portland, OR but you don’t have the funds to hire a lawyer, you should not hesitate to find out if Mr. Grabe can help. Your initial consultation is free when you call at 971-645-7176, so you have nothing to lose by contacting the firm today.