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T-Bone Accident Prevention for Oklahoma City Drivers

When you are in an intersection and another driver comes from a cross street, the other motorist can strike the side of your vehicle and cause a T-Bone accident. The vehicle will intrude on your car, putting yourself and your passengers at risk. Side panels provide little protection. An experienced T-Bone accident lawyer knows head…

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Side Guards Prevent Oklahoma City Pedestrian Deaths

On college campuses and in cities throughout the United States, new regulations are aimed at preventing pedestrian and bicycle collisions involving trucks. Truck crashes are among the most deadly for bike riders and walkers, especially if the bicyclist or pedestrian becomes trapped underneath a truck.  While some locations and institutions move forward to avoid one…

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Determining Who is to Blame in Oklahoma City Rear-End Collisions

Investigating an accident in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and surrounding areas is important because it is necessary to determine which motorist(s) made careless or unsafe decisions and caused the crash. The driver responsible for taking risks or violating the rules of the road is responsible for losses from the accident.  An experienced rear-end accident lawyer knows…

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Oklahoma City Drivers Face New Risks of Distracted Driving Accidents

Fast Company reports when the Apple watch was released (during April, which is also Distracted Driving Awareness Month), safety advocates immediately began expressing concern about potential dangers that the smart watch presents to motorists on the road. A smart watch sends alerts, including pulses, to wearers when certain things happen like a text message being…

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Oklahoma City Drivers Face Drowsy Driving Risks

Truck drivers in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and surrounding areas have limits on the number of hours that they are allowed to operate their vehicles. There are both daily and weekly limits, in order to ensure that truckers do not stay in their vehicles too long and become fatigued. A personal injury lawyer knows that a fatigued…

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Putting a Price on Reducing Oklahoma City Rear End-Accidents

Rear-end accidents are some of the most common of all motor vehicle accidents in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and surrounding areas and in surrounding areas statewide and nationwide. Around a third of collisions that occurred in 2015 were rear-end accidents according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.  With so many rear-end collisions occurring, a car…

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Keeping Oklahoma Residents Safe from Winter Driving Risks

The roads in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and surrounding areas become less safe during the winter as a result of bad weather conditions. The Federal Highway Administration provided detailed information on the impact of bad weather conditions. Fog, for example, will reduce visibility while precipitation affects visibility distance and pavement friction as well as increases the chances…

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Monumental Decision Could Have Significant Impact on the Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation System

Workers’ Compensation in Oklahoma allows employees to obtain wages and medical benefits if they are injured on the job in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and surrounding areas. In exchange, the employee gives up the right to file a personal injury lawsuit against his employer unless intentional wrongdoing is found. This no-fault system is viewed as a…

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