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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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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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What is a Wrongful Death Action and Who Can Bring One?

The law provides that any of the heirs of the decedent may bring an action for wrongful death. Distribution of recoveries is specified in the article so that should one heir recover in this type of action, all heirs suffering damages will be entitled to recover at varying portions. Damages shall be awarded only to […]

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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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Wrong Way Driver Causes The Wrongful Death of Five

A Vermont man was charged with second-degree murder recently, after he recklessly drove the wrong way down a major interstate, hitting and killing five teenagers. The man, who is currently recovering from his own injuries at a local hospital as of this writing, was brought in a wheelchair to the courthouse, where he pled not […]

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US Navy Member Kills 4 People in Reckless Driving Accident

The Coronado bridge provides one of the most beautiful skylines of downtown San Diego. While driving over this 200 foot tall bridge that gives views of downtown to the north, the Pacific Ocean to the west, Mexico to the south, and mountains to the east, a US Navy member stationed on the famous naval base […]

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Tulsa Vehicular Manslaughter, Murder in the Second Degree and How They Differ

Every state differs in how they choose to define the legal repercussions for the death of another as the result of a car accident, and it differs even more for penalties for drunk driving resulting in vehicular homicide. Oklahoma has one of the most lenient standards; a negligent homicide charge provides not more than one […]

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Hot Air Balloon Crash & Wronful Death Liability

Most serious personal injuries and even most wrongful deaths can often be prevented by simply following the safety regulations and rules put in place. The rules of the land are in place to keep citizens safe and those who do not follow these laws can and should be held accountable. The laws of Tulsa and Oklahoma […]

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