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Recent OK Truck Accident Highlights Dangers of Burn Injuries

Multiple teams of first responders were called to the scene of a truck accident that caused a fast-moving fire to spread through a rural area of Love County in South Central Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported that the collision occurred around 3 p.m. on December 17, 2019 on Interstate 35, when the truck driver […]

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New Car Shopping Guide for 2020

Even for those who did not act on new car holiday sales for 2019, there are plenty of opportunities to get a great deal in 2020. Edmunds.com, an online resource for information automotive industry, recently published an article on the best times of the year to buy a new vehicle. The site also provides details […]

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Five Drivers, Passengers Injured in Recent Oklahoma Car Accident

Despite the serious nature of the incident, several victims involved in a three-car collision in Central Oklahoma are expected to recover from their injuries. Oklahoma’s News on 6 covered the November 5, 2019 motor vehicle crash, in which two passengers and three drivers were all transported to area hospitals for treatment. State and local police […]

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Proposed Hours of Service May Affect Truck Accidents in Oklahoma

Since regulations requiring rest for commercial truck drivers were originally established by the since-defunct Interstate Commerce Commission in 1938, there have been countless changes to the rules. When proposed changes to “Hours of Service” regulations were recently announced by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), activists on both sides of the issue have been […]

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Broken Arrow Police Investigating Causes of Fatal Bicycle Accident

  sxxssx As family and friends mourn the loss of a loved one, Broken Arrow Police continue their investigation into the causes behind the fatal bicycle accident that killed the 74-year-old male victim. According to Tulsa’s News Channel 6, the man was on his bike and navigating an intersection when he was struck by a […]

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Tasing and High Speed Chases

A high speed chase ended for a Texas man when police were forced to tase the suspect as he fled on foot down the middle of a busy interstate highway. The suspect and his accomplice were originally apprehended at a nearby department store, where they were caught attempting to take more than $2,000 worth of […]

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Multiple Factors Blamed in 5-Year-Old’s Death on E-Scooter

A fatal scooter accident that killed a 5-year-old Tulsa, OK boy has raised many legal questions regarding liability due to the numerous factors that may have contributed to his death. A September 4, 2019 article in Tulsa World outlined the details of the incident, which involved an electric scooter ridesharing service that has become popular […]

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Guilty Plea in Fatal Tulsa OK Crash Opens Door to Wrongful Death Claim

More than four full years after a reckless driving car accident claimed the life of a Tulsa woman, the victim’s family can gain some closure. A criminal case against the 22-year-old motorist responsible for the crash wrapped up August 1, 2019, when he pled guilty to motor vehicle negligent homicide. According to police, the man […]

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Oklahoma Troopers Investigating Cause of Deadly Motorcycle Accident

Oklahoma State Troopers are continuing their investigation into the causes behind a fatal motorcycle crash that took the lives of two women, the driver and passenger. According to a June 6, 2019 article published by NBC affiliate KTEN News Channel 10, the motorcycle rear-ended a semi truck that driving north on US 69 in a […]

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Fatal Oklahoma Accident Points Out Dangers and Risks of Teen Drivers

Officials from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol continue to investigate the exact causes behind a fatal Oklahoma Accident that occurred on Jun 6, 2019. According to an article published by Oklahoma’s KFOR News Channel 4, there is speculation that the age of the driver was a factor. The accident, which claimed the life of a 12 […]

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