May 19, 2016

Trucks and Oilfields Mix Like Water and… Well, Oil

By |May 19, 2016|Oil Field Injury|0 Comments

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again; oilfields are dangerous places, and we have the utmost respect for those who work in the industry day in and day out to provide for their families. Many are familiar with the risks these workers face every day, but an investigation by News 9 and the [...]

May 12, 2016

What the New USGS Earthquake Assessment Maps Mean for You

By |May 12, 2016|Personal Injury|0 Comments

The United States Geological Survey is keeping up with the times. Their website offers a “Did You Feel It?” page where anyone can report, verify, or review seismic activity, and their most recent assessment of earthquake risk is the first in history include human-induced seismic events (earthquakes resulting from mining activities). The assessment was published [...]

May 4, 2016

Colorado Bill Could Lower the Burden of Proof Required to Sue Big Oil Over Induced Earthquakes

By |May 4, 2016|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Last July, the Oklahoma Supreme Court rejected a bid by the oil industry to have earthquake injury lawsuits heard by a state regulatory agency. Instead, the court ruled that these particular cases were subject to the same laws as any other private tort action, and as such fall under the jurisdiction of district courts. A [...]

Apr 28, 2016

NTSB Says Train Derailment Caused By Commercial Truck

By |Apr 28, 2016|Auto Accidents|0 Comments

New information from the National Transportation Safety Board has revealed a potential cause of the devastating Amtrak derailment in Dodge City, KS. The train, en route from Chicago to Los Angeles, was carrying 131 passengers and 14 crewmembers when it derailed shortly after midnight on March 15. Over 30 people were hospitalized for injuries. News [...]

Apr 20, 2016

The Aubrey McClendon Controversy

By |Apr 20, 2016|Auto Accidents|0 Comments

Aubrey McClendon died the way he lived; the subject of intense speculation and controversy. The former CEO of Chesapeake Energy Corp. died on March 2, the day after he was indicted for bid rigging. He was alone in his Chevy Tahoe when it left the road and crashed in an overpass support. The vehicle was [...]

Apr 12, 2016

Know Before You Sign: Arbitration Agreements

By |Apr 12, 2016|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma recently made an important decision about arbitration agreements. An arbitration agreement can be a clause in a contract or a separate document that pertains to a contract. Arbitration is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) that is intended to reduce the cost of litigation [...]

Apr 5, 2016

Insurance Claims for Wrongful Death Can Be Complicated

By |Apr 5, 2016|Wrongful Death|0 Comments

The recent spate of severe storms that dropped more than foot of rain on the southern states has claimed six lives. The drenching rains flooded roads and low-lying areas and caused significant water damage to properties all across the south. The deluge left rivers swollen; the waters are receding, but it will be some time [...]

Mar 22, 2016

OK Is Not OK

By |Mar 22, 2016|Personal Injury|0 Comments

The oil and gas boom in Oklahoma has had many incredibly positive effects. Oil and gas production is up nearly 50% from 2010, and all that growth has created jobs and increased economic activity. The energy sector contributes to almost a fifth of state tax revenue, increasing available funds and quality of life. Unfortunately, all [...]

Mar 17, 2016

Why Oklahoma Condo Insurance Policies Are Ripe for Bad Faith

By |Mar 17, 2016|Insurance Bad Faith|0 Comments

Condominiums often seem like a great alternative for homeowners to buying a single-family home. The outright cost is often lower, and the homeowners’ association handles all of the work that normally goes into a home- maintenance and upkeep, landscaping and snow removal, to name just a few benefits. However, the devil is in the details. [...]

Mar 11, 2016

Oklahoma Is Number 1 in the Country, and that’s a Bad Thing

By |Mar 11, 2016|Auto Accidents|0 Comments

Despite laws requiring motorist insurance, many choose to take to the roads everyday without coverage of any kind. Oklahoma tops the charts in the United States; 26% of licensed drivers in the state have no car insurance. That rate is more than 10% above the national average, and means that every accident has a one [...]

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