There are a number of misconceptions when it comes to car accidents and what you should or should not do in the aftermath of one. It is important to ignore these falsehoods and do your due diligence in the aftermath of a car crash. If you accept any of these myths, you may cause damage…

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In Tulsa, a wrongful death claim involves a claim made by a representative of the deceased person’s estate, on the basis that the deceased could have filed had they survived. Usually, the representative is a close relative or loved one of the deceased individuals – often a spouse, parents, child, brother, or sister. It is…

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Catastrophic injuries are the type of injuries that can result in long-term, life-changing consequences. Medical professionals will likely categorize an injury as catastrophic if it involves something as significant as loss of vision, loss in the ability to breathe normally, loss in the ability to walk normally (or at all), and the like. The injury…

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Sometimes any injury you suffer because of the negligence or wrongdoing of another party can feel catastrophic within itself. However, when it comes to legal consensus, there is a difference between a personal injury and a catastrophic injury. The distinctions between personal and catastrophic injuries makes it easier for attorneys to assess the nature of…

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The unexpected death from an accident is not the type of news anyone is prepared to receive. The situation becomes even more difficult when the accident that took your loved one’s life could have been prevented, but for someone else’s negligence. According the CDC, there are tens of thousands of deaths each year due to…

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Tulsa was blanketed by more snow yesterday than in the last seven years. Forecasters were calling for 1-3”, but we actually had between 5” and 6” – the most since December 6, 2013. Much of it has melted as temperatures rose today, but any school child will tell you that a snow day is a…

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Even though many victims of car crashes are shaken, disoriented, and injured after a car accident, it is important to gather as much evidence as possible. This should be done without incurring any harm or injury upon oneself. The attorney of the victim, if available, may also obtain evidence at the scene and elsewhere as…

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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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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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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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