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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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Why Choose Pedestrian Accident Lawyer Charles Bryan Alred

Choose Pedestrian Accident Lawyer Charles Bryan Alred Because Pedestrian Accidents Can Be  Devastating. In serious cases, you may have to deal with your injuries, sometimes both mental and physical, for the rest of your life. It can affect your family, friends, your ability to work, and a lot more. At Charles Bryan Alred PC, we […]

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A Tragic Tulsa Rollover

Last month, a Tulsa woman was killed, and a man was severely injured following a rollover crash on Highway 75 near the 41st street exit. The collision occurred at about 11:00 p.m. Witnesses told the police that the car veered to the side of the road and it hit the center median. Hitting the median […]

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Charles Bryan Alred PC Remains Open Amid COVID-19 Crisis

The Tulsa County Courts have been closed for most of April, but they are opening back up on May 5, 2020, at 8:30 a.m. to the public. However, the staff is still encouraging the public to do their business by calling or using electronic means. At this time, the courthouse staff wants to minimize the […]

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Out-of-State Victims Suffer Injuries in Tulsa, OK Auto Accident

After completing its preliminary investigation, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol recently issued a statement regarding an accident that occurred in Tulsa, OK on March 28, 2020. According to the report, a female driver who was headed northbound on County Road 610 decided to make a U-turn to head in the opposite direction. The maneuver was legal […]

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Will Waiver of CDL Rules Lead to More Truck Accidents in Oklahoma?

Fallout from the spread of COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on market sectors across the globe, but the trucking industry remains hard at work to deliver essential supplies where they are needed most. Holders of Commercial Driver’s Licenses in Oklahoma strive to keep up with consumer demand for food and paper products, while also delivering […]

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Oklahoma Lawmakers Reject Measure to Expand Liability Insurance Coverage

Oklahoma recently joined several other US states in rejecting a controversial interpretation of insurance laws proposed by the American Law Institute (ALI). Senate Bill 1692 is directed one section of the ALI’s Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance, stating that the provision conflicts with existing federal and state law. The legislative measure passed the […]

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Tesla Autopilot, Distracted Driving Blamed in Fatal Accident

Two years after a fatal crash involving an automated Tesla SUV, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released the results of its investigation into the causes and contributing factors behind the incident. According to a February 25, 2020 article published by AP News, both technology and human factors were to blame when the vehicle slammed […]

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Semi-Truck Owner Faces Oklahoma Damages Trial Over Decision to Entrust Vehicle to Driver with Prior Accident History

When a car or truck accident is the result of employee negligence, the employer can be held responsible for damages under Oklahoma law. This is commonly known as the legal doctrine of respondeat superior. But there are other ways in which an employer may also be liable depending on the particular facts and circumstances of […]

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