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Mar 22, 2013

Danger in the Field

By |March 22nd, 2013|Legal Matters, Oil Field Accidents|0 Comments

In 2010, the offshore oil rig, Deepwater Horizon, exploded off the coast of Louisiana.  Over one hundred people escaped the catastrophe, but eleven people did not. Land or sea, drilling is dangerous work. In April of this year, an oil field accident in Oklahoma City took the life of a 45-year-old man pinned beneath a broken hydraulic line. [...]

Mar 15, 2013

Accidental? Or Wrongful Death?

By |March 15th, 2013|Legal Matters, Wrongful Death|0 Comments

If a person exposed to asbestos later develops asbestos-related cancer and dies — is their death accidental?  If a young man walking across a street is struck and killed by a driver who was simultaneously driving and reading text messages — was the death accidental? As Oklahoma City wrongful death attorneys, our work involves understanding these catastrophic events, [...]

Mar 8, 2013

Getting Help with Trucking Accidents

By |March 8th, 2013|Legal Matters|0 Comments

In 2009, a tractor-trailer on the Will Rogers Turnpike slammed full speed into a line of cars stopped for an earlier accident. Nine people died. In August of this year, a car went under a tractor-trailer on Interstate 35 and its roof was sheared off, killing five people.  Because of their size, weight and speed, tractor-trailers are inherently [...]

Feb 22, 2013

A Moment in Time

By |February 22nd, 2013|Legal Matters|0 Comments

A quick glimpse in the back seat, a traffic light that cannot be beat or a tire that malfunctions at precisely the wrong time — it only takes a moment for a serious or even deadly accident to occur.  As personal injury attorneys in Oklahoma City, we understand the difference one moment can make to the lives of [...]

May 10, 2010

Crane Collapse: Death in the Air

By |May 10th, 2010|Legal Matters|0 Comments

Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc, both inland and along the eastern seaboard. The storm took or altered the lives of many in its path, leaving economic damages behind that are predicted to be between $35 and $45 billion. An enduring image heralding the arrival of the storm was a collapsed crane, mounted 1,000 feet above some of the most expensive [...]

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