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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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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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Former Oklahoma State Rep Mike Mass Injured and Wife Suzanne Killed in Vehicle Crash

Former Oklahoma state representative Mike Mass, and his wife Suzanne Mass were in a fatality collision. The accident happened on December 7, 2018 in Atoka County; resulting in the tragic death of Mrs. Mass, age 69. The fatality occurred on U.S. 69 near Stringtown. Mike Mass traveled on Fred’s Fish Camp Road. They were struck by a […]

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Deadly Hit-and-Run Accident in Tulsa Raises Questions About Pedestrian Safety

A deadly hit-and-run accident in Tulsa raises questions about pedestrian safety for residents in the area. Tulsa residents were reminded that pedestrian safety is not something to take for granted after a deadly hit-and-run accident involving a pickup truck left a woman dead. Hit-and-run accidents have been on the rise across the country in recent years,;and […]

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Speeding Can Cause Accidents

Oklahoma has posted speed limits for a reason — driving too fast is reckless and often leads to accidents. In fact, according to the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office, speeding caused more than 2,200 car accidents in Tulsa in 2015. Many of those accidents resulted in serious, and sometimes fatal, injuries. Run Over By a Speeding […]

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Wrongful Death Case: School Bus Collides with City Bus

In Baltimore, Maryland, a tragic scene unfolded when a city school bus collided with a local city transit bus, killing six people, including the driver of the school bus and five other commuters on the city transit bus. While police continue to investigate why and how the driver lost control of the school bus, it […]

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3 Signs of a Herniated Disc from a Car Accident

Were you, or a loved one, recently involved in an auto accident? In some cases, even if you don’t you don’t feel hurt; you may not realize that you have been injured until hours or even days after being hit. Injuries sustained in a car accident typically occur in the form of head and back, […]

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How to Prove Poor Road Conditions Caused Your Motorcycle Accident

Potholes, missing guardrails, erosion, and inadequate road markers are all enemies to Tulsa roads—but they are not strangers. This year, the national Road Information Program (RIP) says Tulsa, Oklahoma is ranked number eleven in a “Cities with the Worst Roads” article, and was ranked tenth in another study three years prior. Although the city is […]

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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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Car Damaged By Road Construction

If you live in the Tulsa County, you are well aware of the construction road projects that only seem to start and never end. Though we all want better roads for our community, there are often a lot of projects at once and these construction sites can take a while to complete. Your daily commute […]

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