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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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Tesla Autopilot, Distracted Driving Blamed in Fatal Accident

Two years after a fatal crash involving an automated Tesla SUV, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released the results of its investigation into the causes and contributing factors behind the incident. According to a February 25, 2020 article published by AP News, both technology and human factors were to blame when the vehicle slammed […]

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Winter Weather in Tulsa, OK Means Increased Risk of Motor Vehicle Crashes

Another round of severe winter weather is on its way to Northeastern Oklahoma, according to Tulsa’s NBC affiliate News Channel 2 KJRH, which reported that the city is well-prepared to handle precipitation and blizzard conditions. With crews covering 35 snow removal routes, equipment to clear 2,000 miles of roadway, and 12,500 tons of salt, officials […]

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Potential Liability Issues for Three Children Injured in Oklahoma Bus Accident

What should have been a routine morning on the way to school turned tragic for three students who were injured in a school bus accident on January 14, 2020. Oklahoma’s KFOR News 4 reported on the incident, stating that the crash occurred when the bus driver collided with the front of a construction truck. The […]

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Recent OK Truck Accident Highlights Dangers of Burn Injuries

Multiple teams of first responders were called to the scene of a truck accident that caused a fast-moving fire to spread through a rural area of Love County in South Central Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported that the collision occurred around 3 p.m. on December 17, 2019 on Interstate 35, when the truck driver […]

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New Car Shopping Guide for 2020

Even for those who did not act on new car holiday sales for 2019, there are plenty of opportunities to get a great deal in 2020. Edmunds.com, an online resource for information automotive industry, recently published an article on the best times of the year to buy a new vehicle. The site also provides details […]

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Tasing and High Speed Chases

A high speed chase ended for a Texas man when police were forced to tase the suspect as he fled on foot down the middle of a busy interstate highway. The suspect and his accomplice were originally apprehended at a nearby department store, where they were caught attempting to take more than $2,000 worth of […]

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Multiple Factors Blamed in 5-Year-Old’s Death on E-Scooter

A fatal scooter accident that killed a 5-year-old Tulsa, OK boy has raised many legal questions regarding liability due to the numerous factors that may have contributed to his death. A September 4, 2019 article in Tulsa World outlined the details of the incident, which involved an electric scooter ridesharing service that has become popular […]

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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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