Oklahoma Law Firm Blog

What To Do After a Car Accident

Most people are shocked and confused after a car accident. If they have never been in a crash before, they may be lost about what to do next. They can easily make mistakes that make them less safe and hurt their ability to recover compensation. However, if you follow these…

How Dangerous Is OK9?

Oklahoma State Highway 9 is considered the second most dangerous highway in the country. That should come as no surprise, though, to local residents of Oklahoma (or those passing through the state) who drive on OK9. Crashes are a common site on the highway, where distracted driving, speeding, and other…

What to Keep in Your Car in Case of a Wreck

A car accident is always unexpected. It can happen anywhere, anytime. If you get involved in one, you could end up sitting by the side of the road for a long time before help arrives. So, you should be prepared for the worst-case scenario. Here, with help from AAA and…

Most Common Workplace Injuries

Every seven seconds, a worker gets injured on the job in our country, according to the National Safety Council. What are the most common injuries that these workers suffer in Oklahoma and elsewhere? An analysis released a few years ago by Travelers, a workers’ compensation insurance company, can help to…

The world’s most valuable retail company may be short-changing numerous injured workers of workers’ compensation benefits, including coverage of medical expenses and wage losses, according to a recent investigative news report on Amazon warehouses. The Guardian reports that workplace accidents have left many of the workers “homeless, unable to work…

Close Out Summer 2018 on a Safe Note

Don’t let the lazy days of summer cause you and your family to forget about being safe. The Oklahoma heat and summer activities can lead to accidents and personal injuries that can cause lasting harm and financial damage. Here are some tips from the National Safety Council and Centers for…