What are the Most Common Types of Car Accidents?

According to the latest data from the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, there were 50,304 confirmed motor vehicle crashes in the state in 2021. Even the safest, most attentive of drivers in our region could still get caught up in a serious crash through no fault of their own. At McGuire Law Firm, we handle… read more

What Makes a Taxi Accident Different from a Rideshare Accident?

There are a lot of ways to get around in Oklahoma. Of course, taxis have long been a popular form of transportation in Oklahoma City. There are several taxi services, including Yellow Cab Taxi and Airport Express. Over the last decade, ridesharing—led by Uber and Lyft—has changed the industry. Of course, accidents are a concern… read more

Why are Intersection Accidents So Common?

Intersections are high-risk areas for motor vehicle collisions. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) reports that approximately half of all traffic injuries reported in the United States happen at intersections. You may be wondering: Why do so many automobile accidents happen at intersections? At McGuire Law Firm, one of our Oklahoma City auto accident attorney answers the questions… read more

How is the Value of My Auto Accident Determined?

After getting involved in a car accident, many individuals are left grappling with physical injuries, emotional trauma, and financial burdens. This underlines the need for seeking compensation. In this regard, a key aspect of compensation is understanding how the value of an auto accident is determined. At McGuire Law Firm, we recognize the importance of… read more

Does Oklahoma Require Car Insurance?

Oklahoma has specific requirements when it comes to car insurance. Understanding the ins and outs of these requirements is essential for every driver in the state. It is for that reason that we explore the key aspects of car insurance in Oklahoma. In this guide, we will answer the common question: does Oklahoma require car… read more

I Was Hit By A Driver Who Does Not Have Insurance in Oklahoma City, OK – What Can I Do?

Oklahoma drivers must have minimum amounts of car insurance. Unfortunately, many drivers do not have the required car insurance coverage. If you are hit by a driver who does not have insurance in Oklahoma City, your options for receiving compensation for damages may be limited. What Are the Car Insurance Requirements for Oklahoma City Drivers?… read more

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