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Practice Safe Firework Handling This 4th of July

Despite firework bans in numerous cities and counties in Oklahoma, every year, several people suffer severe injuries or even death as a result of improper fireworks handling or defective fireworks. This year, we want our fellow Oklahomans to have a safe and fun Independence Day celebration without the devastating impacts of a fireworks accident. To help achieve that goal, we’ve outlined …

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How Comparative Negligence Laws Work in an Oklahoma Car Accident Case

Sometimes, it can be relatively easy to identify the at-fault driver in a car accident. For example, if you’re following the rules of the road and a drunk driver hits you while going the wrong way, there’s not much room for debate. Unfortunately, most injury claims are less clear-cut, and it’s not uncommon to have several people whose driving errors …

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The Most Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

Oklahoma drivers share the road with over 126,000 motorcyclists each year. Motorcycles aren’t involved in more accidents than cars or trucks, but their riders experience increased injury and fatality rates compared to their passenger vehicle counterparts. Motorcyclists don’t have the protection of a vehicle; therefore, crashes that are minor for a passenger vehicle are devastating on a motorcycle. Fortunately, educating …

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What Medical Malpractice Victims Need to Know About Oklahoma’s Tort Reform Law

When you’ve been injured by a medical professional’s negligence, the emotional toll can be overwhelming. When doctors make life-changing mistakes, it can take months and years not only to recover (if you ever recover at all), but to regain your sense of self, enjoyment, and purpose in the world. Individuals who have been harmed by medical malpractice deserve compensation to …