Should I Refuse Medical Care After A Car Accident in Oklahoma

Uninsured Motorist Attorneys

Getting medical care after a car accident in Oklahoma is one of the most important factors in the case of an injury accident. in many instances people might not know for sure if they are okay or if they are just a little shaken up after a crash. People believe that they will be fine after a few days of…

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Closed Head Injuries At Work in Oklahoma

Head Injuries At Work

Head injuries at work in Oklahoma are covered by the states workers compensation insurance. Any work-related injury can be devastating and even life-altering for you and your family. But often, these injuries can be fixed, and you will heal. But what about the invisible injuries that stick with you forever? Many people suffer from closed head injuries at work, and…

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When Can I Be Awarded Punitive Damages For Personal Injury in Tulsa Oklahoma?

Punitive Damages For Personal Injury

Punitive damages for personal injury in Oklahoma are sometimes available to our clients. As in every other state, Oklahoma’s civil court system provides individuals with a mechanism for recourse when harmed by the negligent, reckless, and intentional conduct of others. If you live in Oklahoma and have been wrongfully injured, you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries….

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What Is The Statute Of Limitations For Car Accidents in Oklahoma?

statute of limitations for car accidents

The statute of limitations for car accidents in Oklahoma requires that you bring your negligence claim within a certain time period. If you miss the statutory period you may be time barred from collecting damages for the negligence of the other driver. There can be a lot to process after you’ve been in a car accident. There might be car…

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Can I get Covered For Car Accident Passenger injury in Oklahoma?

Car Accident Passenger injury

In Oklahoma personal injury cases, car accident passenger injury claims are covered by insurance. As a passenger in a car accident, you might face life-altering injuries. Even minor car accidents can cause severe injuries to passengers wearing seatbelts. You can be jarred around the inside of the car and suffer from severe whiplash-type injuries. An airbag could protect you from…

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Does UM Insurance In A Car Accident Case in Oklahoma Help Me?

UM Insurance In A Car Accident

Uninsured motorist or UM insurance in a car accident is important in many circumstances. I have had clients who were seriously injured because of some one else who acted negligently. In some of the car accident cases the negligent driver didn’t have any insurance. Or they had insurance but not enough to cover my clients damages. Although there are things…

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What is The Value of a Car Accident Claim in Oklahoma

Value of a Car Accident Claim

The value of a car accident claim in Oklahoma depends on several different factors. If you or a loved one suffered an injury in an Oklahoma car accident, you are likely interested in understanding the monetary compensation you are entitled to receive. Oklahoma law might compensate you for all your damages. Your damages might be economic and non-economic. In Oklahoma,…

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Steps To Settling Automobile Accident Claims Without A Trial in Oklahoma

Spouse Files A Protective Order

Settling automobile accident claims in Oklahoma requires that certain steps are taken. For many of us, car accidents are among the more stressful situations in life. While sometimes the accidents are just a headache to deal with, other times an accident can come with severe consequences. This may include physical injuries, financial harm, and emotional trauma. Facing the legal system…

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Who Is At Fault In A Rear-End Car Accident In Oklahoma?

Value of a Car Accident Claim

If you were involved in a rear-end car accident in Oklahoma, you might assume that the driver in the back will automatically be held responsible for the damage, regardless of the circumstances. However, this common belief is not completely accurate. Here is some information on the factors that may be considered when determining liability for a rear-end car accident in…

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Car Accident Evidence I Should Gather to Win A Car Wreck Case

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Car accident evidence is important for winning your personal injury case. Following a car accident, people are often not thinking clearly. Individuals often panic or fail to acknowledge the severity of a collision. Unfortunately, even minor crashes can lead to severe injuries. Suppose you are involved in a car or truck accident. In that case, there are certain steps you…

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If I’m Injured In A Car Accident At Work, Is It Covered By Oklahoma Workers Comp?

If you are in a car accident at work there is a very good chance that the accident is covered by Oklahoma workers compensation. Workers compensation programs in Oklahoma provide certain benefits to employees who suffer injuries while working. When it comes to car accident at work, a person might qualify for these benefits; however, the ability to claim workers…

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Who’s Responsible For Car Accidents at Work?

Car accidents at work create a special kind of liability in Oklahoma. Its not uncommon for individuals to get into a truck or automobile accident in the course of their employment. This may range from a simple work errand to a person whose primary job is done on the road. Car accidents at work can go a couple of different…

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Ridesharing Accident Liability in Tulsa

Ridesharing accident liability is a kind of car accident law. When you request an Uber or Lyft, the last thing that may cross your mind is that you might be involved in a ridesharing accident. However, as these services have exploded in popularity across Oklahoma, it has become more commonplace for these accidents to occur – and that should concern…

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Construction Zone Car Accidents in Tulsa

Construction zone car accidents in Tulsa may require an injury attorney to investigate the accident scene. Car and truck accidents in construction zones are more common because the roads around the site may be filled with hot tar or gravel. There may also be additional risk because traffic may have to be narrowed or rerouted, and large construction vehicles may…

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What is Leaving the Scene of an Accident

In December 2018, a woman plead to charges of leaving the scene of an accident which left her with 10 years of probation, community service, and hefty fines.  The woman and her spouse were arguing at a bar.  The argument continued to the couple’s apartment.  The woman left her apartment after her partner pulled a gun on her and jumped…

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Accident Dos and Donts

Car accident Dos and Donts can make the difference in your settlement. Generally speaking, being in an accident of any type can be devastating, especially when it is the person’s first time.  However, failing to be prepared should you find yourself involved in an accident can make the situation even worse. Not only can it cause you to be seriously…

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Contributory Negligence in Oklahoma Car Wrecks

Contributory Negligence in Oklahoma Car Wrecks changes the way insurance company’s pay claim to injured people. Most people are familiar with the tragic death of actor Paul Walker in 2013 after wrecking into a street pole in a Porsche.  In the months following his death, Walker’s daughter filed a suit against Porsche for not providing adequate safety features on the…

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Negligent Amputation in Oklahoma

Negligent Amputation in Oklahoma

Negligent Amputation in Oklahoma is absolutely devastating.  in a 2010 CNN Article approximately 107 people had the wrong body part amputated in the hospital.  Amputation of the wrong body part is a devastating experience. Take for example a Brazilian man in 2013 who had his left leg amputated only to find out doctors were supposed to amputate the right leg…

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Texting and Driving in Oklahoma

Texting and driving in Oklahoma causes serious personal injury.  On November 1, 2015 in Oklahoma, the Trooper Nicholas Dees and Trooper Keith Burch Act of 2015 went into effect.  This bill resulted from an accident in which a driver—distracted by texting—hit and killed Oklahoma State Trooper Nicholas Dees and injured Trooper Keith Burch.  Although the wreck was unintentional, the driver…

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