When you are involved in a severe auto accident in Oklahoma, it can be difficult to think about anything except the pain and suffering from the injury. However, it is important to think about filing an auto accident claim. Under Oklahoma law, our state is an at-fault state when it comes to filing a claim… Read More

Drowsy Driving

While drowsy driving may not seem as dangerous as other behaviors behind the wheel, such as drunk driving or distracted driving, an article from the National Sleep Foundation emphasizes that “drowsy driving is dangerous because sleep deprivation can have similar effects on your body as drinking alcohol.” Indeed, when a person is awake for 18… Read More

Getting hurt in an auto accident in Oklahoma can be physically and emotionally devastating. Car crashes often result in extensive medical bills, frequent follow-up visits to your physician’s office, rehabilitation, and sometimes multiple surgeries. Many motor vehicle accident cases leave injury victims with temporary disabilities, making it impossible to work. In some cases, accident victims… Read More

Serious injury vehicle collisions can lead to well over $100,000 in medical bills alone. This figure does not include other direct losses, such as property damage and lost wages. Especially since health insurance companies sometimes refuse to pay for these expenses, due to liability reasons, these costs are often crippling. Legally, compensation in a car crash must… Read More