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Tulsa’s Best Personal Injury Lawyer

Whether you were involved in an Tulsa car accident or the victim of medical neglect, you have the right to pursue compensation for what you have endured. But there are multiple paths your case can take when pursuing that right to being compensated. These paths are ultimately determined by various factors, such as how clearly the […]

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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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Oklahoma Officials Conclude Investigation of Fatal Pedestrian Accident

Oklahoma Highway Patrol released a statement regarding a fatal pedestrian accident that took the life of a 14-year-old boy from Sand Springs, just west of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Tulsa World reported on the incident in a March 25, 2020 article, outlining the details of the incident. According to troopers, the teen was walking down the center […]

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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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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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Guilty Plea in Fatal Tulsa OK Crash Opens Door to Wrongful Death Claim

More than four full years after a reckless driving car accident claimed the life of a Tulsa woman, the victim’s family can gain some closure. A criminal case against the 22-year-old motorist responsible for the crash wrapped up August 1, 2019, when he pled guilty to motor vehicle negligent homicide. According to police, the man […]

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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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Fatal Oklahoma Accident Points Out Dangers and Risks of Teen Drivers

Officials from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol continue to investigate the exact causes behind a fatal Oklahoma Accident that occurred on Jun 6, 2019. According to an article published by Oklahoma’s KFOR News Channel 4, there is speculation that the age of the driver was a factor. The accident, which claimed the life of a 12 […]

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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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