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Understanding Oklahoma Criminal Appeals Process

The criminal justice system is far from perfect. Far too often, courts find individuals guilty of crimes they did not commit or hand out unfair penalties for a wide range…
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Personal Injury

Do Online Settlement Calculators Work?

Whether it’s looking for a restaurant nearby or learning about our medical conditions, many of us rely on the internet for our information. So it’s no surprise that some personal injury victims tur...
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I Didn’t Know I Was Hurt! What to Do About Late-Diagnosed Injuries

Some car accident injuries are very obvious, and victims often receive immediate medical attention for these types of injuries. However, other injuries sustained during car crashes can take longer ...
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Understanding Oklahoma Contributory Negligence Law

After a car crash, it’s tempting to go up to the other (at-fault) driver, check on them, and make a meaningless apology. “I didn’t see you until it was too late!” However, you may be shocked when t...
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How Oklahoma’s New Marijuana Laws Impact Our Roadways

The laws around recreational and medical marijuana use are quickly changing across the nation, and cultural attitudes to drug use are shifting just as fast. However, this doesn’t make driving while...
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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....
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How Much Is My Personal Injury Case Worth in Oklahoma?

If you or someone you loved has suffered serious injuries and you’re considering a lawsuit, it makes sense to ask how much compensation you stand to receive. Filing a lawsuit and taking your case t...
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Defective 3M Earplugs: Are You Entitled to Compensation? 

When our military heroes put their lives on the line to defend our freedoms, we trust the equipment they use is going to protect them from unnecessary harm. However, this is not always the case. De...
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Determining Pain and Suffering Damages in Personal Injury Claims 

Lawyers have to consider numerous factors when they calculate pain and suffering damages, including the extent and severity of injuries or illnesses, supplemental coverage, and the limits of the ne...
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How to Tell if You Have Food Poisoning

When It’s More Than the Flu: How to Tell if You Have Food Poisoning According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), nearly 50 million people in the United States get sick from some form of...
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E-Cigarettes Are Anything but Safe, No Matter What the Ads Say 

Since e-cigarettes hit the market, companies have marketed these devices (also known as electronic nicotine delivery systems or ENDs) to the public as safe alternatives to tobacco use and as effect...
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Dog Bite Liability Varies Based on Where the Attack Happens

In Oklahoma, Dog Bite Liability Varies Based on Where the Incident Happens Suffering a severe dog bite can inflict not only gruesome injuries but persistent anxiety and a lifetime of painful memori...
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Can I Negotiate My Own Personal Injury Settlement?

According to the National Center for State Courts, people involved in injury lawsuits are increasingly going “pro se” — trying to represent themselves and navigate the litigation process on their o...
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