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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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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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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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Winter Weather in Tulsa, OK Means Increased Risk of Motor Vehicle Crashes

Another round of severe winter weather is on its way to Northeastern Oklahoma, according to Tulsa’s NBC affiliate News Channel 2 KJRH, which reported that the city is well-prepared to handle precipitation and blizzard conditions. With crews covering 35 snow removal routes, equipment to clear 2,000 miles of roadway, and 12,500 tons of salt, officials […]

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Tulsa, OK Wrong Way Crash Kills One, Critically Injures Another Victim

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) is investigating the causes behind a wrong way, head-on crash that occurred around noon on January 7, 2020. Tulsa’s News On 6 reported that one victim was transported to a local hospital in critical condition, while the other was pronounced dead after suffering massive injuries. An OHP spokesperson stated that […]

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School Dances, Drinking & Responsible Driving

There are usually two major dances a year that high school students look forward to: the homecoming dance that follows homecoming sporting events such as football and soccer, as well as the spring dance many schools call Prom. These dances are a time for students to get together in groups, get dressed up, and have […]

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Drunk Drivers and Bringing Justice to Your Family

In April, state officials released new information regarding an ongoing investigation on a fatal drunk-driving accident that occurred earlier in the year. The new information revealed that Benjamin Edward Beary, 25, the driver responsible for the accident, was traveling 102 miles per hour and had an incredibly high blood-alcohol concentration of .223 percent—nearly three times […]

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What Should I Say to my Insurance Company After My Auto Accident?

After an auto accident—even the seemingly minor ones—the insurance company is the very last call that you should make. Insurance companies determine whether you are eligible for compensation based on the smallest amount of information. Because of their size and the number of clients they have, insurance companies do not have much time to spend […]

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Police Believe Driver was Intoxicated at Time of Crash

On behalf of Charles Bryan Alred, PC posted in Drunk Driving Accidents on Monday, November 2, 2015. Some Oklahoma residents continue to drive under the influence of alcohol and drugs without regard for the innocent people they put in danger. Drugged and intoxicated drivers tend not to pay adequate attention to the road, including traffic […]

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Oklahoma Rallies Around Victims of Drunk Driver at OSU Homecoming

On behalf of Charles Bryan Alred, PC posted in Drunk Driving Accidents on Monday, October 26, 2015. The rivalry between two favorite college football teams took a back seat on Saturday when word quickly spread that a tragedy occurred at the Oklahoma State University homecoming parade. An allegedly drunk driver plowed into the crowd. In […]

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