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Two Children Injured in a Car Accident Just Outside of Owasso, Oklahoma

Two young children were among the three people injured in a five-car pileup that occurred on U.S. Route 169, just south of the city of Owasso. According to a statement by a representative of local law enforcement, the crash occurred after a driver of a Dodge Ram pick up truck rear-ended a smaller vehicle. Equally […]

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Co-owner of Fat Guy’s Burgers Killed in Car Accident

On December 19, 2018, Chris Dodge, the co-owner of Fat Guy’s Burgers in Tulsa, was struck and killed while trying to cross the Inner Dispersal Loop on foot. Dodge, age 41, had exited his vehicle after being involved in a collision and was attempting to cross the IDL when he was hit by another vehicle. […]

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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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Oklahoma Students Still Recovering From Injuries After Bus Accident

On September 29th, 2018, a class of fifth grade students from Norman, OK was on a trip to visit Seaworld San Antonio in South Central Texas. What should have been an amazing and experience for the children turned into a disaster.   The bus was traveling down Highway 281 in rural Lampasas County. Only three […]

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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. Are you protected within your area? Find out more here… 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 […]

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While Walking in a Crosswalk, I Was Hit By a Car; Do I Have A Pedestrian Injury Claim?

The last thing you expect when crossing the street, especially when you are lawfully inside of the crosswalk, is to be hit by a car. You have no bodily protection when you are walking, such as a safety belt and the body of a car surrounding you, so the likelihood of serious injuries is high. […]

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Accidents Prevalent in Work Zones

Work zones can be dangerous — and not just for workers. In 2015, more than 1,300 car accidents took place in work zones, according to the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office. Tulsa County alone saw 352 work zone crashes. There are several reasons that work zone accidents happen so frequently, chief among them disregarding traffic signs, […]

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One of the Deadliest Types of Car Crashes: Rollover Accidents

Rollover accidents are dangerous — and often deadly. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a majority of rollover crashes don’t involve any other vehicles. That means driver behavior is a major factor contributing to rollover incidents. Speeding, driving under the influence and distracted driving are common examples. However, there are other factors to […]

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Drivers Who Suffer A Medical Emergency Behind the Wheel

In many car accidents, the issue of fault is pretty straightforward. The driver ran a red light, or was speeding, or didn’t check his blind spot. But in some cases, “fault” is not so simple, as when a driver suffers an unforeseen medical emergency while behind the wheel. However, if you are injured by a […]

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Multi-Vehicle Car Accidents

Car accidents that involve more than two vehicles can cause numerous injuries, to the drivers, passengers and even to pedestrians. For example, in January 2017 a Tulsa driver crashed into two other vehicles that were stopped at a light. The driver caused the accident when he overcorrected his vehicle. Even though his car rolled, it […]

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