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Oklahoma has seen a rise in workers' compensation claims

Slip and fall accidents, back pain, and other work-related incidents are common and impact Oklahoma workers across all industries. According to the Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Commission, approximately 7,935 claims were filed in 2018 — up from 7,910 in 2017. What are the 2018 work injury figures in Oklahoma? The leading work-injury incidents cited in 2018 workers' compensation...

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Oklahoma Attorneys Offer Best Ideas to Avoid Careless Mistakes That Could Lead to a Serious Crash

We hear about it in the news frequently – serious crashes, some of them fatal. Still, many drivers don’t ever think it could happen to them. The majority of the time, crashes are caused by careless mistakes, such as driving over the speed limit, habitual distraction and making risky maneuvers. Even if you’ve engaged in...

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Are Lyft and Uber cars safe?

You may have used a ridesharing service in Oklahoma City or Tulsa. It’s convenient: You simply contact an Uber or Lyft driver through an app on your phone and you’re on your way to your destination. But how safe are these services? It turns out, users of Lyft and Uber have a good chance of getting...

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Oklahoma Supreme Court Rules $350K Cap Unconstitutional

When a person sustains an injury due to someone else’s negligence, the damage isn’t just confined to medical expenses and lost wages from missing work. In many cases, injury victims suffer mental and emotional trauma, pain and suffering, and can’t enjoy their life like they could before the accident. In a personal injury claim, these...

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Oklahoma Attorneys Discuss Defective Tires and Accident Risks

Your tires are the only part of your vehicle that have continual contact with the road. However, tire maintenance is an often-overlooked component to road safety. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) attributes more traffic fatalities to tire defects than cell phone distraction. On average, defective tires are a factor in more than 700...

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Oklahoma Attorneys Discuss the Dangers of Increased Speed

On some Oklahoma highways, the posted speed limit is 75 m.p.h., but newly proposed legislation may change that. Recently, Rep. Daniel Pae (District 62-Republican) proposed House Bill 1071, which, if passed, would increase the speed limit on some highway portions from 75 mph to 80 mph. “Quite a few states already this in place. Texas...

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Oklahoma Attorneys Discuss Winter Weather Car Accidents

Oklahoma winters are nothing like that of the northern states. On average, Tulsa only receives 9.7 inches and Oklahoma City receives 7.8 inches of snow per year. The risk isn't necessarily how much snow our state gets but how drivers prepare themselves during inclement weather conditions. Winter storms - such as the one that caused...

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Dangers of Multitasking Behind the Wheel: Oklahoma Attorneys Discuss

For nearly 40 years, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has been working to improve the safety of our roads. To that end, the NHTSA (in partnership with the National Safety Council and other organizations) created the Road To Zero Coalition in 2016. Agencies on local, state and federal levels are all working together to improve road...

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