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Apr 22, 2019

April Is Distracted Driving Month

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Driving while distracted is one of the leading causes of death and serious injuries for drivers, passengers, and pedestrians. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that nearly nine people are killed EACH DAY and more than 1,000 people are injured each day due to a distracted driver. Distracted driving involves any activity that takes the driver’s: [...]

Apr 16, 2019

The Dangers of Different Types of Commercial Trucks

By |April 16th, 2019|Truck Accidents|Comments Off on The Dangers of Different Types of Commercial Trucks

Commercial trucks are the lifeblood of communities and states. They help provide food, building products, machinery, and many other types of goods. Some trucks even deliver other vehicles. They transport hazardous materials. They pick up your trash. While trucks do provide valuable services, there are dangers. Truck accidents are often more dangerous than car accidents because trucks are [...]

Apr 9, 2019

Why You Want a Lawyer to Pursue Your UM/UIM Claim

By |April 9th, 2019|Personal Injury|Comments Off on Why You Want a Lawyer to Pursue Your UM/UIM Claim

Even though Oklahoma requires that car owners carry minimum insurance coverage to cover the bodily injury damages, more than one in 10 Oklahoma drivers drive without any insurance coverage. Many drivers don’t have enough insurance – they are underinsured. What is UM/UIM coverage? UM/UIM stands for uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. It’s a type of auto insurance designed to help [...]

Apr 2, 2019

The Consequences for Construction and Oil Field Workers Exposed to Electric Shock

By |April 2nd, 2019|Oil Field Accidents|Comments Off on The Consequences for Construction and Oil Field Workers Exposed to Electric Shock

Electric shocks in the construction and oil field sector are all too common. They’re often deadly. Electric shock in its simplest term is human contact with electricity. The more electrical voltage there is, the more the worker is likely to die or suffer severe life-changing injuries. Most households have voltage that ranges between 110-220 volts. Construction sites and [...]

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