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Tag Archives: Oklahoma injury lawyers

The Leading Causes of Head and Brain Injuries May Surprise You

The leading cause of death of Americans ages one to 44 is unintentional injury, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). And among those fatalities, a trauma to the head or brain was a major factor. In spite of greater emphasis on safety in the last several decades — including the increased… Read More »

What to Do if You Have Been Injured by a Government Employee

If you are hit by a careless driver or if you slip and fall on a wet floor in a grocery store, you know that you can file a claim against the negligent driver or property owner. But what happens if you were hit by an emergency vehicle, or the building in which you fell… Read More »

Top Three Reasons to Hire an Injury Attorney

If you suffer injury in an auto accident, slip and fall or other type of accident, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible. Even if your injuries appear to be minor, you should still go to the hospital. However, do you really need an injury attorney to help you with your claim? By… Read More »

Top Safety Tips for Oklahoma Bicyclists

Whether you are new to cyclist or a seasoned rider, you deserve to feel safe on the many roads and trails in Oklahoma. While cycling has received much praise for its health benefits and zero carbon emissions, this green form of travel is not without its dangers. The first thing you need to know before… Read More »

What Are the Most Dangerous Dog Breeds?

All dogs have the potential be dangerous. Even smaller breeds can pose a threat to young children. Further, any kind of dog attack can be terrifying for victims and witnesses alike. In addition to serious physical injuries, dog bites can cause deep psychological and emotional trauma. Is there a way to prevent a dog attack… Read More »

When Someone Else’s Negligence Causes Your Burn Injury

Healthy skin does more than keep you looking good. You need healthy skin to keep you hydrated, regulate your body temperature and protect you from bacterial infections, which is why bad burns are so much more life-threatening than many other injuries. There are three types of burns: First-degree — The skin is usually red, often… Read More »

Mild Head Injuries: Recognizing the Early Warning Signs

Any blow to the head can result in a head injury, as can any sort of sudden stop or rotational motion dramatic enough to cause the brain to bounce around inside the skull. If you have a serious head injury, you can lose consciousness, or even go into a coma. Remember that any loss of… Read More »

Drunk Driving Statistics in Oklahoma

The total number of crashes seems to be decreasing in Oklahoma — from 206 crashes per day in 2007 to 195 in 2009 to 189 crashes per day in 2011, the most recent year for which statistics are currently available. Unfortunately, the total number of alcohol-related motor vehicle accident fatalities seems to be trending in… Read More »

Help Getting the Compensation You Deserve After an Oil Field Accident

Oil field injuries can have multiple causes that include: Truck accidents Pipeline explosions Gas compressor station explosions and fires Rig blowouts Rig collapses Fires and explosions Equipment failure Exposure to toxic fumes Falls from rigs and other equipment Contractor negligence or recklessness Working in an oil field often has all the risks of working on… Read More »

Beware of Dog: Are Some Breeds More Dangerous?

Americans love their pets — especially dogs. But when a dog bites someone, the line between personal ownership and public safety becomes blurred. In January, Oklahoma State Senator Patrick Anderson stepped back from legislation he introduced to allow communities to enact breed-specific ordinances. Although he abandoned the measure in the face of public backlash, the… Read More »