What Should I Do if My Child Was Hurt in a Car Accident?
October, 7, 2020 | Car Accidents
Every year hundreds of children die in car accidents across the country. As recently as 2018, at least 116,000 kids were injured in some way as the result of a car accident. These are more than just numbers, they represent families whose lives have been altered, in some cases irrevocably, by motor vehicle collisions. While… read more
The Effects and Consequences of the Mirena Crash for Women
September, 30, 2020 | Product Liability
More than 2 million women across the world use Mirena, an intrauterine device. In fact, Mirena is one of the most-prescribed intrauterine devices in the US. It does, however, come with many short-term and long-term side effects that can be disastrous for the health of countless women. IUD Removal and Mirena Crash The preventative measure… read more
9 Things You Should Know About a Free Lawyer Consultation
September, 16, 2020 | Personal Injury
When you are injured in an accident, it can be difficult to know whether or not you need to hire an OKC personal injury lawyer. For example, do you need a car accident lawyer if you only suffered mild injuries in an accident? On the other hand, do you need a lawyer to file a… read more
12-Year-Old Killed in Grady County Crash Near Oklahoma City
September, 14, 2020 | News
A Thursday morning crash in Grady County took the life of a young boy from El Reno. The two-car crash happened on September 3, 2020, about three miles south of Minco on U.S. 81. According to a news release by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the 12-year-old boy was a passenger in a 2013 Dodge Avenger…. read more
How Are Pain and Suffering Damages Calculated?
September, 13, 2020 | Personal Injury
Oklahoma personal injury laws allow victims to recover compensation for their injuries, financial losses, and other damages when another party causes their injury through negligence or wrongdoing. A person injured because of a slip and fall accident, motorcycle crash, medical malpractice, defective product, or other personal injury accident can receive money for their damages. Damages… read more
Assault at Oklahoma City Restaurant Could Give Rise to Criminal Charges, Civil Lawsuit
September, 12, 2020 | Oklahoma Law
Investigators are attempting to identify a woman who allegedly assaulted an employee of a restaurant located off the N.W. Expressway. She began cursing at employees and was being escorted to the door when she attempted to hit one employee and spit on another. The woman left after being removed from the premises. Oklahoma City police… read more
What If I’m In An Accident In A Rental Car?
September, 11, 2020 | Car Accidents
Car accidents can be stressful. Even a fender bender can disrupt your daily routine and result in financial losses. However, when the car you are driving is a rental car, that fact adds extra stress and complications. When you drive a rental vehicle, you are responsible for any damage to the vehicle while it is… read more
What’s Causing Neck & Lower Back Pain After a Car Accident?
September, 10, 2020 | Car Accidents
Neck and back injuries are common in a variety of traffic accidents, including head-on collisions, rear-end accidents, and rollover accidents. In some cases, injuries to the neck or back can result in disabling conditions. Some victims may be unable to perform routine daily activities or return to work. Identifying the cause of the neck and… read more
September, 9, 2020 | Product Liability
Tattoos can often be an appealing method of self-expression, but due to the nature of the procedure, they may also pose a high risk for complications. Permanent tattoos require mechanized needles that puncture the skin to inject ink into the second layer of skin. Any procedure that involves penetrating the skin carries the risk of… read more
Is It Legal to Drive Barefoot in Oklahoma City?
September, 7, 2020 | Oklahoma Law
There’s a common belief that it’s illegal to drive barefoot in Oklahoma or any other state. You may have heard it from your parents. They probably heard it from their parents. However, in truth, no state has a law on the books that makes it illegal to drive a car while barefoot. The supposed law… read more