The family of a model was recently awarded $29.5 million in a case when a pretzel caused extensive brain damage. The award, by a jury in a Las Vegas Nevada court, was entered against a health care service that the jury deemed negligent because the company failed in its duty of care to properly treat…

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There are many steps that passengers can take to protect themselves, the driver, and other passengers. There are some states that even regulate safety for drivers and passengers by requiring that teenage drivers can only have one passenger under the age of 21 who is not a member of the driver’s family in the car.…

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It’s always tragic when someone dies due to the negligence of another person or entity. It’s heartbreaking when the victim is a child, or crushing when the victim’s children are left to navigate the world without their parents. Wrongful death cases involving minor children are especially complex. Our experienced Tulsa wrongful death lawyers navigate families…

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It seems natural to think that all truck drivers should have 20-20 vision in both eyes, even if they need glasses to achieve it. This is especially true for commercial truck drivers who haul agricultural, manufacturing, industrial, and retail products throughout the country. Soon, however, that may no longer be the case. The Federal Motor…

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