How to Determine What Your Pain and Suffering Is Worth

When you’re out grocery shopping following your 10-hour work day, all you want to do is get home. Your life is busy and you don’t have the luxury of letting things slide for a bit. You have responsibilities and people counting on you every day. That’s why getting hurt in an accident is so devastating.…

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Why You Should Never Admit Fault in a Car Crash in Tulsa

When you start out your day, you never think it’ll end with a car crash, but they happen every day. In those moments after a collision, what you say and how you act can affect your potential claim down the line. It seems unfair to ask people who are shaken up at best, or critically…

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Coronavirus Linked to Neurological Problems

As the country braces for another potential, partial shutdown over rising coronavirus numbers, new studies are being produced about the effects the disease is having. One such study has fund that about one in seven COVID patients will suffer neurological problems, even though the virus does not directly infect the brain or the nerves. Researchers…

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Beware of Winter Injuries in the Oil and Gas Industry

Whether you are working in the oil fields, out on an oil rig, or driving a truck to transport gas in the wintertime, an already tough job is made tougher by changes in the weather. In summer, heat exhaustion is a concern and remaining hydrated is essential. When winter sets in, workers face the same…

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How Hand Sanitizer Can Cause Serious Burns

It’s old news at this point, thanks to COVID-19: you need to  wash your hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer to protect yourself from the coronavirus. Most grocery stores even provide disinfecting wipes or sanitizer squirt bottles at the door to wipe down your cart handle and some employees even do the…

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