How Ending Medical Treatments Can Harm Your Injury Case

A serious injury can happen to anyone at any time. When it happens to you or someone you love, your primary focus becomes finding medical treatment as soon as possible. But did you know that if the injury was caused by someone else’s negligence, the timing of when you stop medical treatment is just as…

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What Are the Dangers of Space Heaters?

We’re getting into the colder months, and we all know how cold it can get here in Tulsa. With the prices of oil and gas always going up, we may turn to more cost-effective ways of heating individual spaces, such as space heaters. You might use one to warm up your bathroom before a shower,…

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Are You Using The Right Car Seat?

We all want to keep our children safe anywhere they go, and the car is no exception. Many of us know that a car seat is a necessary piece of equipment when driving your child somewhere, but it can be difficult to know exactly which car seat is the right one. There are factors to…

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Oklahoma Personal Injury Trials – What Should I Expect?

Statistically speaking, less than 5% of all civil cases ever make it to trial, so if you are involved in an Oklahoma trucking collision, car wreck, premises action or any other type of case resulting from someone’s negligence, the odds show that most cases will never be heard by a jury. However, for those individuals…

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Statute of Limitations vs. Statute of Repose in Tulsa Injury Claims

One of the most important aspects of a personal injury claim stemming from an accident is the statute of limitations. However, many injured people may be unaware of this statute, which winds up hurting their chances at recovering compensation for their injuries. There are two statutes often confused with each other in Tulsa: the statute…

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Were You Injured While Stationed or Living at Camp Lejeune?

The beginning of August saw the signing of the “Sergeant First Class Health Robinson Honoring Our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics Act,” or PACT Act, for short, into law. The PACT Act expands healthcare benefits for veterans and their families who have developed illnesses and conditions as a result of toxic exposures, providing an easier…

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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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Uber and Lyft Drivers Have Rights When Assaulted

Residents of Oklahoma meet as drivers and passengers on trips scheduled through popular rideshare services like Uber and Lyft every day. Unless the driver and passenger happen to know each other from earlier rides or associations, each sits in the car with a stranger. Most of the time, these trips conclude with the driver safely…

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What Are the Most Serious Neck Injuries?

Whether you are playing sports or you have gotten into a car accident, there are many ways in which you can injure your neck. Even reaching for something up high can cause a sudden twinge and pain in your neck. Oftentimes such an injury will require rest, ice packs, heating pads, and OTC painkillers until…

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