Oklahoma Law Firm Blog

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…

A Quick Oklahoma Car Insurance Guide

Some people in Oklahoma buy car insurance without thinking too much about what the law requires and what their policy ultimately covers. If they get into an auto accident, they may be shocked to learn that they don’t have as much coverage as they believed. You don’t want to fall…

Five Tips for Driving Safely Around Trucks

Nothing is more dangerous than a large tractor-trailer colliding with a passenger car on the highway. As Oklahoma Department of Public Safety statistics show, between 2012 and 2016, on average, 497 drivers of large trucks were involved in fatal and injury-producing truck wrecks on our state’s roads each year. The…

How to Prepare for Your Free Consultation

If you were injured in a car accident in Oklahoma through no fault of your own, you may suffer from serious physical pain and emotional distress. You may also find yourself dealing with the loss of your vehicle, missed time at work and a great deal of financial strain. You…

Causes of 18 Wheeler Accidents in Oklahoma City

Naturally, any time a person gets behind the wheel of any motor vehicle, there are many reasons why he or she might be involved in an accident. That said, the specific properties of the commercial trucking business and the 18-wheeler vehicles themselves add to the list of potential causes: Driver…

Nursing Home Abuse on the Rise

As Oklahoma’s population ages, nursing home abuse statistics grow more alarming than ever. Statistics reveal 30% of nursing home facilities are sited for some type of nursing home abuse.  What is even more disturbing is the unknown statistic of the many cases of nursing home abuse that goes unreported. These…