Personal Injury Blog

How Long Does a Hit-and-Run Investigation Take?

If you are involved in a traffic accident in Oklahoma, you must stop at the accident scene or as close to the accident scene as possible. Oklahoma traffic laws require drivers to give their names and addresses to the other drivers involved in the accident. They must also render aid and wait for the police… read more

3 Types of Product Liability Claims

Every year millions of Americans, both young and old, are injured by toys, tools, and other products commonly found in homes and offices around the country. Sometimes these injuries are the result of user error. However, in many cases, an individual is injured through no fault of their own, but rather because of some defect… read more

Rear End-Collision Injuries and How You Can Recover

Have you been injured in a rear-end collision? If so, you are not alone. There were over two million rear-end accidents in the United States in 2018. Thousands of people were injured or died because of rear-end crashes. If you were injured in a rear-end collision, you could be entitled to substantial compensation for your… read more

How Can I Get a Car Accident Report in Oklahoma City?

If you have been injured in a car accident or other motor vehicle crash, obtaining an accident report can help you fight for the compensation you deserve. An official Oklahoma City accident report will document the accident’s details and may contain critical elements that will help you win your case. Immediately After the Accident Before… read more

Do I Need a Lawyer If I Was Injured in a Motorcycle Accident?

Motorcycles can be a great way to get around in Oklahoma. They’re an economical, environmentally friendly, and of course fun mode of transportation.  However, they can also be significantly more dangerous than cars and trucks. In fact, while only 20 percent of those involved in car accidents are injured or die as a result, an… read more

What to Wear to Court

Most people have very limited experience inside of courtrooms. They may have watched Law and Order or other shows and movies that depict courtroom scenes on T.V., but for a significant percentage of the population, a courtroom is a place they have never been. If you are headed to court for the first time, either… read more

Is It A Mistake to Admit Fault After a Car Accident?

One of the most common mistakes individuals make after a car accident is admitting fault. Thinking they are doing the noble thing by apologizing for the accident they believe they caused. In reality, what they are doing is making it impossible for themselves to collect damages later on.  “But wait a minute, what if I… read more

If Airbags Didn’t Deploy in a Car Accident, is the Car Company Liable?

Several parties could share liability for car accident injuries. The driver who caused the accident could be liable for damages caused by the crash. However, the car company could be liable if a car defect contributed to the cause of the accident. In some cases, the manufacturer of a car part could be liable if… read more

Five Things to Know About Car Accident Settlement Agreements

When another party causes your car accident, you might be entitled to receive compensation for your injuries, losses, and other damages. The insurance company for the at-fault driver pays the car accident claim in most cases. The insurance company offers a settlement amount for the accident victim’s damages. When you settle with the insurance company,… read more

Can I Bring a Personal Injury Claim on Behalf of a Child?

One of a parent’s worst nightmares is their child being injured. The first priority is to obtain medical care for the child and provide emotional support. However, it is also important to protect a child’s legal rights.  Children injured in an accident can sustain life-threatening and permanent injuries. When a negligent party causes those injuries,… read more