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Roy Dwyer | Portland Personal Injury Lawyer

Roy Dwyer Lawyer

Roy Dwyer

Accident & Injury, Animal Bite, Car Accident, Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation


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Roy Dwyer Believes that individuals and corporations should and must be held accountable for careless and negligent acts which injure or kill innocent people.  We see to it that our clients receive fair, just and full money damages for their injuries and losses.

Roy Dwyer began practicing law 50 years ago because he wanted to help the underdog.  A particularly aggressive attorney who has won tens of millions of dollars for his clients, Roy has been guided by one goal – to hold individuals and corporations accountable for careless and negligent acts that injure or kill innocent people.  Now, decades later, his wisdom, razor-sharp legal acumen and dedication to his clients have made Roy one of the top personal injury attorneys in the Northwest.

Roy began his career in 1949, when he quit high school at 16 years old to enlist in the United States Air Force.  While in the military, Roy earned his GED and, after four years of service, found himself stationed in Fairbanks, Alaska.  Eager to further his education, he enrolled at the University of Alaska and later transferred to the University of Oregon, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in 1959.

This ambitious young man went to law school immediately, finished in 1962 and promptly opened his own law firm in Eugene. Since then, Roy has grown his practice to six offices across the state of Oregon and taken hundreds of cases to verdict.  In 1982, Roy decided to practice exclusively in the area of personal injury law.  He’s argued numerous cases before the Oregon Supreme Court and has decades of experience handling cases of medical malpractice, car crashes, workplace accidents, catastrophic injuries and wrongful death.  In short, Roy has seen just about everything.

Position Organization Location Duration
Senior Partner Dwyer Williams Potter Attorneys, LLP Oregon 1962 - Present
School Degree Major Graduation
University of Oregon School of Law JD Law School 1962
University of Oregon BS N/A 1959
State / Court Date
Licensed as Attorney in Oregon. Verified with Oregon State Bar. 1962
  • American Association for Justice
    American Board of Trial Advocates Board of Governors
    Member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, Oregon Chapter
    Past President, Western Trial Lawyers Association
    Past President and Educational Director, Oregon Trial Lawyers Association
    Senior Counsel of The College of Master Advocates and Barristers
    Charter Fellow of the Oregon Law Foundation
    United States Air Force 1949-1953
  • Recipient of the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association Outstanding Member Award
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1220 SW Morrison
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Portland, OR 97204

Other Locations:
  • Roseburg Office
    727 SE Cass Suite #219
    Roseburg, Oregon 97475

    Bend Office
    1051 NW Bond St. Suite 310   
    Bend, Oregon 97701     

    Eugene Office
    115 W. 8th Suite #280
    Eugene, Oregon 97401

    Grants Pass Office
    777 NE 7th, Ste. 106
    Grants Pass, OR 97526

    Medford Office
    328 S. Central Suite 108A, D’Anjou Building
    Medford, Oregon 97501



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