What are the Chances My Personal Injury Case Will Go to Court?

Were you hurt in an accident in Oklahoma? You have the right to seek financial compensation for your injuries, including medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. You may be wondering: Will I have to go to court for my personal injury claim? The answer is “it depends”—though the large majority of these cases… read more

How Soon Should I Call a Lawton Personal Injury Lawyer?

Were you hurt in an accident in Lawton or elsewhere in Comanche County? You may be entitled to financial compensation through a personal injury claim. This raises an important question: How soon do you need to get a lawyer? The short answer is that the sooner you consult with an attorney, the better position you… read more

What Should I Bring to an Initial Consultation With a Tulsa Accident Attorney?

Car crashes impact every community. The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety reports that there were 7,968 motor vehicle collisions reported in Tulsa County alone in 2021. If you were involved in a serious accident, you cannot rely on an insurance company to protect your best interests. The sooner you consult with a lawyer, the better. At… read more

How Can I Protect My Child From a Dog Bite Attack in Oklahoma City?

Dogs have the potential to be extremely dangerous—especially for children. The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) reports that more than four million people are attacked by dogs nationwide each year—with children being both more likely to be bitten and more likely to be seriously injured. As a parent, you should make a proactive effort to protect… read more

Why is it Better to Hire an Edmond Injury Attorney Rather Than Handling a Case Yourself?

Accidents happen. The National Center for Health Statistics reports that 40 million people seek emergency room support for injuries each year. If you were hurt in an accident caused by the negligence of any other party, you have the right to bring a personal injury claim to seek financial compensation for your damages.  Unfortunately, getting a… read more

What Compensation Can You Receive in a Dog Bite Case in Oklahoma City?

A sudden encounter with a dog, whether at a dog park, on a walking trail, or within the confines of someone’s home, can turn unexpectedly distressing when a bite occurs. Not only is it a frightening and traumatic experience, but it also inflicts serious pain. It might also potentially lead to severe health complications.  In… read more

Wrongful Death vs. Accidental Death: Understanding the Difference

Losing a loved one is an incredibly difficult experience, and our deepest condolences go out to those facing such a profound loss. At McGuire Law Firm, we recognize the challenges that grieving family members endure during such trying times. In an effort to offer support, we aim to provide valuable information to guide families through… read more

Is It Possible To Get Out of Jury Duty?  

For most people, the thought of jury duty is not a pleasant one. You get paid a minimum amount of money and may have to spend hours waiting and listening to court testimony. This might not seem like much incentive to take you away from your daily responsibilities and family. However, is it possible to… read more

How Long Does It Take To Get a Personal Injury Settlement Check in Oklahoma?

How much time will it take from the day you are injured until the day you deposit the settlement check into your bank account? Typically, it takes a few weeks to a few months. Under unusual circumstances, it might take longer. Ultimately, many factors could play a role in the speed with which the opposing… read more

Breaking Down Attorney-Client Privilege: What It Means and How It Can Affect Your Case

Attorney-client privilege is a rule of evidence that prevents your lawyer from testifying about private communications between the two of you. A closely related concept is called attorney-client confidentiality. The purpose of both rules is to encourage clients to speak candidly with their lawyers. Attorney-Client Privilege The attorney-client privilege prevents your attorney from revealing confidential… read more