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Head Injuries from Traffic Accidents

Posted on March 10, 2020

Traffic accidents can be dangerous due to the high risk of injuries to those involved. Accident victims can, of course,  sustain a wide range of injuries to many parts of their bodies. However, generally the most serious type of injuries that our clients experience are head injuries, and there are various kinds of head injuries…

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Investigating the Cause of a Truck Accident

Posted on February 4, 2020

When you drive past a recent semi-truck accident, it is generally a devastating scene. Vehicles involved may be smashed, debris from vehicle damage may be strewn across the road, the truck’s cargo might have spilled, and more. Emergency workers might be putting out fires, prying victims from vehicles with the “jaws of life,” or loading…

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A “Fender-Bender” Can be Serious

Posted on January 14, 2020

Rear-end collisions frequently happen at slow speeds, and they get the nickname “fender-benders” due to the relatively minor property damage that sometimes results. However, not all so-called fender-benders are minor crashes, as vehicle occupants can still suffer serious injuries. Do not let common misconceptions about lower speed rear-end accidents prevent you from seeking the medical…

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Road Rage Accidents and Injuries in Tulsa

Posted on December 17, 2019

Aggressive driving is a problem in every city. Traffic, people running late, and other factors can cause drivers to lose their patience and engage in dangerous driving behaviors. In some situations, aggression can escalate even further to road rage. Road rage involves drivers intentionally putting other motorists in harm’s way due to anger or frustration….

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Automobile v. Pedestrian | What You Need To Know!

Posted on November 13, 2019

Automobile versus pedestrian accidents unfortunately occur frequently in Oklahoma, and it is important to understand what to do in the event you or a loved one are the victim. Automobile accident victims almost always require medical attention – and obviously even more so when the victim is a pedestrian. You did just get struck by…

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Drunk Driving Accidents Over the Holidays

Posted on November 1, 2019

As winter approaches, most people have holiday planning in mind. However, law enforcement agencies in the Tulsa area are focused on something else – how to keep people safe with an increased number of drunk drivers on the road. Arrests for driving under the influence (DUI) are highest each year during the time between Thanksgiving…

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Beware of Halloween-Related Injuries

Posted on October 23, 2019

Once fall arrives each year, stores are focusing on selling costumes, candy, pumpkins, and other items for a festive Halloween. Children and adults alike look forward to this holiday, as it can involve parties at school, work, or with friends, as well as trick-or-treating for the kids. People decorate their homes in a spooky way…

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Crash between truck, agricultural sprayer leaves Sentinel man dead

Posted on October 9, 2019

Washita County, OK (October 7, 2019) – The OHP is investigating after the driver of an agricultural sprayer failed to yield at a stop sign and hit a truck, killing the driver. It happened Monday night on SH 55 and County Road 2160, just east of Sentinel, OK in Washita County. Officials say the driver…

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Hit and Run Auto Accidents in Tulsa

Posted on September 17, 2019

On September 10, 2019, witnesses found a bicyclist on the ground near Southwest and 23rd Blvd. in Tulsa. While the cyclist did not immediately remember what happened, police officers determined that they were struck by a vehicle that drove away, and are investigating further. The bicyclist was transported by ambulance to the emergency room for…

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Grady Co. volunteer firefighter killed in crash near Fort Cobb

Posted on September 13, 2019

Caddo County, OK (September 13, 2019) – Grady County Fire Department officials confirm a volunteer firefighter was killed in an off-duty crash near Fort Cobb. It happened around 1:30 Thursday afternoon. According to the Grady County Fire Department Facebook page, 21-year-old Acme Firefighter Jeffrey Blaine Alexander of Marlow was killed in the crash. According to…

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