Understanding the True Cost of Traumatic Brain Injuries

According to the CDC, 2.8 million Americans suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) every year. TBI encompasses a wide range of physical traumas, from the mildest concussion to the most serious cognitive damages. People tend to assume they could never experience such an injury, leading many injured people to not to seek medical attention. After…

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Should Safety Technology Be Standard in All Vehicles?

Cars have been on a constant journey to get safer and safer since they first hit the ground decades ago. Manufacturers work to develop new technology and features that make driving a car safer necessity for those who use it, and for those around them. From vehicles with self-braking technology to complete autonomous driving, we…

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Amazon’s Warehouses Are Twice as Dangerous as Others

There is likely not a single person in the socialized world who has not heard of Amazon. The production giant is famous for having virtually everything you need and want to buy, while also developing a massive streaming service, virtual library, and other original amenities and conveniences. Next day shipping with Prime has prevented many…

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A Deeper Look at Multi-Vehicle Crashes

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently released a report that gives early estimates of motor vehicle accident fatalities in 2021. In general, the statistical projection of traffic fatalities has increased by 10.5% from 2020 to 2021. One alarming statistic that the report revealed is the increase of multi-vehicle crashes. Compared to 2020, multi-vehicle…

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What Is Trucking “Slip Seating” and Is It Dangerous?

In an attempt to deal with the rising costs occurring in the trucking industry, trucking companies are turning to creative solutions. One recent change trucking companies are implementing is the option of something called “slip seating.” Slip seating happens when one or two truck drivers are assigned to the same truck. When one truck driver…

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What Types of Accidents Are Caused by Drunk Drivers?

Perhaps one of the most well-known and common types of crime is drunk driving. We learn about it in school, we are constantly warned against it by our mentors, peers, television shows, and even commercials – but that does not stop everyone from getting behind the wheel of a car when they’ve had too much…

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What Can I Do if My Child Is Hurt at Daycare?

As people get back to work as COVID numbers drop, parents are bringing their children back to schools and daycare centers while they are at their jobs. Many families require the services that daycare facilities provide on a daily basis. While daycares have proven to be invaluable for working parents, it is important to be…

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How to Stay Safe While Biking Around Tulsa

If there’s one group of people who are excited about the return of spring, it’s bicyclists. Bicycling is a fun activity for families, individuals, and tourists. Unfortunately, it can also be dangerous, especially when motor vehicle drivers are not paying attention. When cycling with your friends and family, you should be able to ride around…

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May Is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

Spring is here and motorcyclists are eager to return to the roads and highways to enjoy the warm weather. Despite how other motorists might feel towards motorcycle riders, bikers have the same privileges and rights as everyone else on the road. As motorcycles make their return to Tulsa roads, it is important for other motorists…

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Should I Contact OSHA if I Get Hurt at Work?

When you get hurt in the job in Oklahoma, you know you can make a claim for workers’ compensation benefits. One of the things you need to do to collect those benefits is inform your supervisor or boss about your injury. Your employer, in turn must report the injury to the insurance company. If an…

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