Wrongful Death Claims from Tulsa Truck Accidents
While all traffic accidents are dangerous, the fact of the matter is that truck accidents are unique for a number of reasons. In addition to a truck’s massive size and weight, all trucks need additional time to safely stop without colliding with any other vehicles. When a truck driver does not have enough time to…Read More
Wrongful Death: Minor Victims and Minor Heirs
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…Read More
How Long Do You Have to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Oklahoma?
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…Read More
FAQs About Wrongful Death Claims in Oklahoma
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…Read More
How Do You Prove a Wrongful Death Claim in Oklahoma?
When a family member dies due to the negligence or carelessness of another person, the family is entitled to file a wrongful death claim against the wrongdoers. The aim of wrongful death claims is to hold wrongdoers accountable for their actions in civil court. A wrongful death claim is brought by the spouse, personal representative,…Read More