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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Pitfalls to Avoid When Dealing with an Opposing Insurance Company

After any sort of injury-causing event insurance companies will quickly begin searching for and gathering evidence on every aspect of the case.  Promptly hiring a seasoned Tulsa personal injury attorney can position a victim to begin doing so as well before information, evidence or witnesses are lost or destroyed.  While some people may elect to…

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Work Zone Accidents and Injuries

Besides being cut off from another driver, there’s one thing that all drivers cannot stand: traffic. In a way, one of the positive effects of the global shutdown was that the number of cars traveling on the road decreased, so there was significantly less traffic to deal with when you did need to go somewhere.…

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What Can I Do if My Child Is Hurt on a School Bus?

There are certain milestones that many parents experience in their children’s lives. For many parents, one of the most important milestones is when their child begins going to school. Parents may have to adjust to packing their children’s lunches, picking their children up during a specific time frame, and even getting their children ready to…

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Construction Work and the Risk of Electrical Injuries and Burns

It is not a stretch to state that electricity has transformed people’s lives for the better. However, because electricity is simple and easily accessible, we forget how dangerous it can be. Construction workers face significant risk of electrical injuries. A construction site accident involving electricity can cause significant injuries, from burns and scarring to long-term…

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Protecting Your Child Athlete from Injuries

Many people are looking forward to returning to some form of the normalcy we had before the coronavirus pandemic led to a global lockdown. For some parents, that sense of normalcy includes preparing their children for returning to sports. With schools making the decision to open back up in a few weeks, many parents and…

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The Difference Between a Catastrophic Injury and Personal Injury Claim

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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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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