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Back Injury at Work & What to Do Now

If you are injured at work, Oklahoma workers’ compensation should cover your claim. Back injuries are one of the most common types of workplace injuries. Damage to your back can arise in virtually any industry, from working at a desk to working retail, to working on a construction site. Even if you have a pre-existing […]

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Who Should I Sue After a Truck Accident?

  A truck accident is similar to a car accident in many ways, but it is also very different. In a car accident, for example, you often have just one person on the other side of your claim—the other driver. Truck accidents will often involve several parties (and their insurance carriers), which makes lawsuits involving […]

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Car Accidents with Uninsured Drivers in Oklahoma

Oklahoma law requires that the at-fault driver be responsible for all injuries and damages that result from a car accident. That means that if someone else hit you, then they must pay for your medical expenses, lost wages, and property damage—and any other money damages you may have. Auto Insurance Requirements in Oklahoma Each driver […]

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Spinal Cord Injuries: When to Call an Attorney  

Spinal Cord Injuries: When to Call an Attorney   Spinal cord injuries can be very serious. They may affect your personal and working life for the rest of your life. Because the spinal cord affects and controls some of your most vital bodily functions, even minor damage to those critical nerve centers can plague you for […]

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Personal Injury Due To Recall

Although the Takata airbag recall went out in 2014, more than 12 million cars still have these ticking time bombs lurking inside. Not enough cars are being brought in and the repairs are not going fast enough to make a dent in the numbers. This leaves many at risk of severe injury and death — […]

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Charles Bryan Alred PC Remains Open Amid COVID-19 Crisis

The Tulsa County Courts have been closed for most of April, but they are opening back up on May 5, 2020, at 8:30 a.m. to the public. However, the staff is still encouraging the public to do their business by calling or using electronic means. At this time, the courthouse staff wants to minimize the […]

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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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Child Seat Belt Law Passes Oklahoma State House

Oklahoma is currently the only US state that does not have a law requiring older children to buckle up in the backseat, but that could change if a measure by lawmakers continues to progress through the legislative process. Oklahoma’s Fox News Channel 25 reported in a March 10, 2020 article that the bill easily passed […]

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