Car Accidents

Average Neck and Back Injury Results from Car Accidents

Despite the invention and use of airbags and seat belts, neck and spinal cord injuries are still common after car accidents. According to a 2022 article from the United Spinal Association, nearly four out of every ten spinal cord injuries occur as the result of a car crash. The spinal cord is just one part… read more

10 Worst Celebrity Car Accidents

Car accidents happen. Sometimes they are genuine accidents that no one could have prevented. However, most car accidents result from reckless driving and other negligent conduct. All drivers owe a duty of care to others on the road to follow traffic laws and take reasonable steps to avoid motor vehicle crashes. Avoiding risky driving behaviors… read more

All About Back and Neck Injuries from Rear-End Collisions

Any one of the 169 car crashes that happen every day across Oklahoma, including in Oklahoma City, according to the state’s Highway Safety Office’s recent statistics, could result in harm to you. While these statistics show about two-thirds of all traffic crashes result only in property damage, the other portion does result in injuries, some… read more

Oklahoma Highway Patrol Reports: What You Need to Know

A car accident can turn a typical day on its head, leaving you with potential injuries and property damage to deal with and a whole new set of worries.  Accident reports can play a big part in documenting what happened in a collision. They can be completed by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the local police… read more

Should I Hire a Lawyer After a Minor Car Accident?

Many people wonder if they need an attorney after a minor car accident. Generally, it’s a good idea to hire a lawyer after a minor collision. At the very least, you should schedule a free initial consultation so that a lawyer can evaluate your case.  What Might Happen If You Don’t Hire a Lawyer? Failing… read more

Vehicle and Driver Requirements in Oklahoma for Uber and Lyft

Oklahoma, like every other state, regulates rideshare companies and their drivers. This movement began in 2013 when California became the first state to pass laws that regulated Uber, Lyft, and other ride-hailing businesses. Oklahoma’s rideshare regulations set a baseline for the vehicle and driver requirements used by Uber and Lyft. Sometimes the rideshare companies set… read more

How to Find Out If Someone Has Insurance in Oklahoma

Car accidents are common occurrences on Oklahoma roadways. Oklahoma and other states require drivers to carry a minimum amount of vehicle insurance. When an accident occurs, insurance companies get involved to determine how much, if any, of the damages they must cover. If you’re ever hit by an at-fault driver, one of the first things… read more

Are Car Accident Reports Public Record in Oklahoma City?

After a car accident, you’re probably hurt, worried, and full of questions. One of the most common ones is, “Is my car accident report public record in Oklahoma City?” The car accident report is one of the most important documents needed for a lawsuit or settlement after your crash. You Must Report a Car Accident… read more

Driving Without a License Versus Driving Without a License on Person

In Oklahoma, driving a motor vehicle on a public road is a privilege, not a right. If the police catch you driving without a license in Oklahoma, you could face a range of penalties ranging from a minor fine to significant jail time. Keep your license up-to-date, always carry it on your person while driving,… read more

Should I Call 911 After a Car Accident in Oklahoma City?

A car accident can be a scary event. An accident may result in an injury or significant damage to your vehicle. You may struggle with what to do next. It’s common for people who experience a car accident to face a surge of adrenaline and not know what to do.  If you’ve been involved in… read more