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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The Dangers of Side Impact Crashes

Cars have come a long way from Henry Ford’s Model T that was first launched over 110 years ago. A majority of Americans today feel safe while driving or riding in a modern vehicle, equipped with seatbelts (an addition made in 1968) and air bags (first seen in 1981). However, even as technology has advanced,…

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Large Truck Accidents and Why They Happen

We see them everywhere on the road – large trucks, commonly referred to as “semis,” “tractor trailers,” and “18-wheelers.” These trucks have a gross vehicle weight of more than 10,000 pounds (two to three times heavier than a normal car) and are often operated by drivers who have been on the road for days with…

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The Deadly Impact of Bicycle Accidents in Oklahoma

Even though bicycling is one of the best ways to stay in shape and help the environment, it is also a risky hobby, especially if you live in Oklahoma. Bicycle accidents can lead to serious consequences for those who are involved in collisions while biking, including paralysis, amputation, traumatic brain injuries, and even death. The…

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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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Why Aren’t Hotels Installing Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

Last spring, you might remember seeing news stories everywhere about three tourists mysteriously dying at a Sandals resort in the Bahamas. After initial reports stated authorities were unable to determine the cause of death, at the end of June they discovered the tourists were killed by carbon monoxide poisoning. In June, NBC News noted an…

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Understanding the True Cost of Traumatic Brain Injuries

According to the CDC, 2.8 million Americans suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) every year. TBI encompasses a wide range of physical traumas, from the mildest concussion to the most serious cognitive damages. People tend to assume they could never experience such an injury, leading many injured people to not to seek medical attention. After…

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Should Safety Technology Be Standard in All Vehicles?

Cars have been on a constant journey to get safer and safer since they first hit the ground decades ago. Manufacturers work to develop new technology and features that make driving a car safer necessity for those who use it, and for those around them. From vehicles with self-braking technology to complete autonomous driving, we…

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Amazon’s Warehouses Are Twice as Dangerous as Others

There is likely not a single person in the socialized world who has not heard of Amazon. The production giant is famous for having virtually everything you need and want to buy, while also developing a massive streaming service, virtual library, and other original amenities and conveniences. Next day shipping with Prime has prevented many…

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