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According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), approximately 52 percent of all car accidents occur within a five-mile of home, and 69 percent of all collisions happen within a 10-mile radius from home. No one thinks about finding a personal injury lawyer until they need one. Charles Bryan Alred, PC has been serving […]

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Drunk Driving Accident Lawyer

Summer is near and soon there will be an increase in alcohol related accidents. In many drunk driving accidents, one or more of the parties involved in the auto wreck didn’t make the mistake of drinking before getting behind the wheel. Whether the accident is a rear-end collision, a pedestrian hit-and-run or any other type of […]

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Uninsured Motorists And Personal Injury

To register a car in Oklahoma, the law requires owners to have a minimum amount of car insurance, which is $25,000 bodily injury per person and $50,000 per accident. Drivers are required to carry proof of insurance with them and show it to law enforcement upon request. It sounds easy enough. Unfortunately, nearly 25 percent […]

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Tulsa’s Best Personal Injury Lawyer

Whether you were involved in an Tulsa car accident or the victim of medical neglect, you have the right to pursue compensation for what you have endured. But there are multiple paths your case can take when pursuing that right to being compensated. These paths are ultimately determined by various factors, such as how clearly the […]

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Types of Damages Available After a Car Accident

A car accident can significantly change your life. It can cause damages that will affect you for years to come. Your injuries might also affect your relationships with your family and your ability to work. Thankfully, Oklahoma allows for various types of money damages after a car accident. These damages are designed to compensate you […]

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3 Common Injuries Following a Rear-End Accident

 The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) reports that rear-end collisions cause roughly 950,000 injuries and 2,000 deaths every year. Almost half of the two-vehicle crashes between 2012 and 2014 were because of rear-ending crashes. Although many rear-end crashes are often at lower speeds, you may be surprised how many accidents occur at higher speeds simply […]

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When the Person Who Hit You Doesn’t Have Insurance

To register a car in Oklahoma, the law requires owners to have a minimum amount of car insurance, which is $25,000 bodily injury per person and $50,000 per accident. Drivers are required to carry proof of insurance with them and show it to law enforcement upon request. It sounds easy enough. Unfortunately, nearly 25 percent […]

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Car Accidents with Uninsured Drivers in Oklahoma

Oklahoma law requires that the at-fault driver be responsible for all injuries and damages that result from a car accident. That means that if someone else hit you, then they must pay for your medical expenses, lost wages, and property damage—and any other money damages you may have. Auto Insurance Requirements in Oklahoma Each driver […]

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Personal Injury Due To Recall

Although the Takata airbag recall went out in 2014, more than 12 million cars still have these ticking time bombs lurking inside. Not enough cars are being brought in and the repairs are not going fast enough to make a dent in the numbers. This leaves many at risk of severe injury and death — […]

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Accidents Caused by Auto Defects

Driver error is the most common reason that accidents occur. However, sometimes the cause of the crash is beyond your control for many reasons. It may be that the other driver ran into you or that a pedestrian jumped out in front of you. Car accidents also sometimes occur because there is something wrong with […]

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