Personal Injury Blog

Herniated Discs C4/C5 and C5/C6 Injuries

One of the most common injuries people suffer after getting in a car accident, especially in accidents in which they are rear-ended, is neck injuries. More specifically, individuals who have been rear-ended might suffer a herniated disc.  A herniated disc can happen for a number of different reasons. Everything from aging to simple genetics can… read more

Pregnancy & Car Accidents: Risks & Consequences

Car accidents can cause traumatic injuries to the occupants of all vehicles involved in the collision. When a pregnant woman is in one of the vehicles, there is a chance that there are two victims. The baby can sustain injuries because of the car accident along with the mother. It is crucial for a pregnant… read more

What is Popcorn Lung? What Are My Legal Options if I Got Sick?

Bronchiolitis Obliterans is a disease that affects an individual’s lungs, causing damage to the lung’s small airways making it difficult to breathe and inducing chronic coughing. The disease is more commonly known as “popcorn lung.”  This is because of the increased likelihood of contracting it those who have been exposed to the diacetyl—a common artificial… read more

How Much Does a Lawyer Cost?

A wide range of life events may require the services of an attorney. Whether you are getting a divorce, starting a business, suffered injuries in a car accident, need to sue an insurance company for bad faith practices, or facing a DUI charge, speaking with a lawyer is incredibly beneficial. In some cases, you may… read more

How Tailgating Causes Accidents and How to Stop It

Every year millions of drivers are involved in rear-end collisions. According to the National Transportation Safety Board, these car accidents result in significant damage and loss of life, totaling nearly 2,000 deaths per year.  One of the foremost causes of rear-end collisions is tailgating – or driving too closely to the vehicle in front of… read more

IV Infiltration and Complication Attorneys

Most people know what an IV is and what IVs are used in hospitals and other medical facilities. An IV is short for intravenous (IV) therapy. IVs are used for infusing liquid directly into a person’s vein. IV therapy is used when a patient needs medicine, blood, or other fluids. Infusing the medication or liquid… read more

Facts About Road Rash in Oklahoma City

With its open stretches of freeway and year-round mild and warm weather, Oklahoma is a great state for owning a motorcycle. Estimates from 2018 suggest that close to 130,000 residents own a motorcycle in Oklahoma.  However, even though the state is motorcycle friendly, riding a motorcycle in Oklahoma or any other state for that matter… read more

What Happens if Your Insurance Claim is Denied in Oklahoma City

One of the most frustrating things that can happen to an accident victim is to have their insurance claim denied. They have already been through enough dealing with property damage claims and recovering from injuries. The accident turned their life upside down, and now they want to receive the money they deserve and get back… read more

Can a Totally Inexperienced Person Become a Federal Judge?

There has been a lot of attention given to the appointment of federal judges during the Trump Administration. Some of the appointments have been controversial.  There have been allegations of potential wrongdoing, lack of fitness, and inexperience. The appointment of Patrick Wyrick to the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma included… read more

How Long Does a Hit-and-Run Investigation Take in Oklahoma City?

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