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One Person Killed in Oklahoma Truck Accident

Posted on: October 30th, 2019

On October 7th, 2019, a 57-year-old man named John King was killed in a tragic truck accident in Sentinel, OK—a rural town in Washita County, located approximately 100 miles west of Oklahoma City. According to a representative for Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP), the crash occurred at an intersection on State Highway 55.  An Agricultural Truck…

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Back to School — The Importance of Driver Safety in School Zones

Posted on: September 20th, 2019

As the calendar turns from July  to August, Oklahoma students begin preparing to return to school. This is exciting ― especially for parents — but, sadly, with a new school year often comes a rise in school zone accidents. The safety of school-related transportation  has long been a serious problem in Oklahoma.  Indeed, last year,…

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Oklahoma Sets Sights on Lowering Traffic Fatalities in 2019

Posted on: September 18th, 2019

The year 2019 is off to a great start in Oklahoma. According to initial reports from the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office (OHSA), traffic fatalities have been lower than usual for the first part of 2019. At present, there have only been 177 auto crash fatalities statewide since the beginning of the year. If those numbers…

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Oklahoma Aviation-Weather Accident and Wrongful Death

Posted on: May 31st, 2019

Small aircrafts are an incredible adventure, and thousands of Americans enjoy flying for fun and leisure.   Many Americans also utilize small aircrafts to commute or travel between local and regional airports. But unlike major commercial airlines that operate multi-million-dollar jets, these smaller crafts are very susceptible to changes in the weather. Pilots and companies…

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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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Dodd Henry Blog

Posted on: July 3rd, 2017

Dodd Henry Blog Dodd Henry is excited to launch our new blog.   This blog will give you a behind the scenes look into personal injury law in Oklahoma.   We will start blogging soon so stay tuned to this site in order to stay up to date. Roger Dodd is an experienced Personal Injury Trial Lawyer…

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