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Victims Rights After Highway Truck Accidents in Oklahoma City

News Channel 4 reported recently on an Oklahoma truck accident that occurred in the southbound lanes of Interstate 35 and Highway 9. The incident was a multi-vehicle crash involving at least two trucks, including a U-haul truck and a semi-truck. Multiple vehicles in this Oklahoma highway accident caught fire as a result of the impact of…

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Workers’ compensation claims rose in 2015

The number of reported job-related injuries and illnesses in Oklahoma rose sharply in 2015, the second year of the state’s implementation of a new administrative system for handling workers’ compensation claims. According to a report from the Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation Commission, there were 6,331 claims filed by employees for injury or illness last year. That’s…

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Keeping Oklahoma City Kids Safe from Pedestrian Car Accidents

Pedestrians are particularly at risk in car accidents because they have nothing to protect them from impact when a car strikes them. While every pedestrian could potentially be injured or even killed when involved in an accident, there are certain demographic groups whose risks are elevated. These include children and the elderly. Just recently, KOCO Oklahoma…

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Recovery Can Be Long After Oklahoma City Motorcycle Accidents

The consequences of a motorcycle crash can be life-changing. Just recently, News-Star reported on a 56-year-old man whose motorcycle was involved in a collision.  The incident occurred on State Highway 270 when he was riding his Yamaha motorcycle in an eastbound direction. The motorcyclist entered into a curve just as a 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe was going…

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Oklahoma Families Can Be Devastated By the Cost of Car Accidents

Car accident costs can be devastating. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports the total cost of losses from motor vehicle accidents over the course of 2013 exceeded $277 billion. Costs can include loss of wages and lost productivity, but also actual tangible monetary costs like medical bills and funerals for people who do not survive…

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