Why Does Speeding Lead to So Many Fatal Accidents?

There are many reasons why fatal accidents occur on the roads across America, but most of them are due to drivers’ behaviors. It has been a long-term goal of the federal and state government to determine why fatal accidents happen on highways, interstates, and local roads as well as how to prevent them. One of…

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What Are the Causes of a Hemorrhagic Stroke?

According to the American Stroke Association, hemorrhagic strokes occur when a weakened vessel ruptures or leaks and bleeds into the brain. The blood begins to build up inside the brain and presses on the surrounding tissues. These types of strokes are commonly referred to as cerebral hemorrhage, and they make up 13 percent of all…

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Help After an OKC Drugged Driving Accident Causes Injuries

The risk of a car accident is ever-present, but when you add illegal drugs, over-the-counter drugs, and prescription medicines into the mix, the risk becomes even higher. The number of alcohol and drug-related crashes continues to increase in Oklahoma. In fact, in 2019, there were 338 alcohol and drug-related crashes, and there were over 400…

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Who Is Liable in a Snow Plow Accident?

While our state of Oklahoma isn’t exactly the snow capital of the world, it does get cold in the winter, and occasionally snow falls and makes our roads a terror to drive on. Not only is it slick, but the rarely-seen snow plows make an appearance. Not just the ones sent out by the city,…

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Struck-By Injuries in Oklahoma’s Oil Fields

Oil fields are one of the most dangerous workplace environments. Filled with explosive and hazardous materials, heavy equipment, and large vehicles, oil field workers have to be attentive and careful in high-stress situations. It is not a job for the meek. One of the most common types of accidents that oil field workers are at…

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