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Oklahoma Trial Lawyer Provides Training to Help Other Lawyers Achieve Greater Results

Posted on: May 17th, 2019

Nationally, less civil injury claims are going to trial than ever before. As more cases are going before arbitrators, mediators and other types of neutral non-judicial boards and panels, many attorneys – even those with decades of experience handling injury claims – simply are not getting the courtroom experience they need to effectively represent clients.…

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Oklahoma Aims to Improve Seatbelt Laws for Children

Posted on: March 27th, 2019

As states around the country move to enforce stricter car seat rules, Oklahoma remains one of the most relaxed. Children between 8 and 14 years of age are not required to wear a seatbelt while sitting in the backseat of a vehicle.  Think this is normal? It’s not. Oklahoma is currently the only state in…

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Electronic Logs Are Not Really Improving Semi-truck Crash Numbers

Posted on: February 12th, 2019

Truck driver fatigue has long been a problem for the transportation industry. Resulting in accidents, fatalities, and significant insurance claims. The federal government recently passed sweeping regulatory changes. Including a broad mandate for electronic logs, known as ELDs. In the past, truck drivers kept paper logbooks. There they manually marked their stops, time spent performing pre-…

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Oklahoma Personal Injury Attorney

Posted on: January 8th, 2019

Human error causes over 90 percent of the car crashes in Oklahoma City. Many of these wrecks involve serious injuries. The resulting medical bills often add up to tens of thousands of dollars, and in most cases, health insurance companies refuse to pay these costs. Additionally, since the victim is probably out of work, regular…

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Pedestrian Crash On Tulsa IDL Kills Restaurateur

Posted on: January 8th, 2019

The victim in a legally intricate Inner Dispersal Loop crash has been identified as the Fat Guys Burgers co-owner. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Chris Dodge hit a retaining wall near the Second Street intersection. The force of that crash snapped one of the tires off the car, and the vehicle careened onto the…

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Oklahoma Catastrophic Injury Attorney

Posted on: January 8th, 2019

Damages in personal injury cases usually include compensation for economic losses (such as missed work, school, or care from a spouse or partner), as well as medical bills, and non-economic losses. Fully loaded semi-trucks weigh over 80,000 pounds, the same weight as a 3 bedroom, 2 bath house. They also carry hundreds of gallons of…

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