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According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), approximately 52 percent of all car accidents occur within a five-mile of home, and 69 percent of all collisions happen within a 10-mile radius from home. No one thinks about finding a personal injury lawyer until they need one. Charles Bryan Alred, PC has been serving […]

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An Overview of the Personal Injury Lawsuit Process

If you have been involved in a car accident, you might know that you could get legal help, but you are concerned about how the process works and whether it will be worth your time. Personal injury lawsuits can be very time-consuming and fact-intensive. However, your car accident attorney will often do most of the […]

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3 Common Injuries Following a Rear-End Accident

 The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) reports that rear-end collisions cause roughly 950,000 injuries and 2,000 deaths every year. Almost half of the two-vehicle crashes between 2012 and 2014 were because of rear-ending crashes. Although many rear-end crashes are often at lower speeds, you may be surprised how many accidents occur at higher speeds simply […]

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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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Semi-Truck Owner Faces Oklahoma Damages Trial Over Decision to Entrust Vehicle to Driver with Prior Accident History

When a car or truck accident is the result of employee negligence, the employer can be held responsible for damages under Oklahoma law. This is commonly known as the legal doctrine of respondeat superior. But there are other ways in which an employer may also be liable depending on the particular facts and circumstances of […]

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