Dangers of Truck Accidents for Motorists

Second only to State Route 3, State Route 9 is one of the longest state highways in Oklahoma. Sadly, it is also one of the deadliest. Between 2010 and 2016, there were 50 fatal crashes that occurred on State Route 9, resulting in the deaths of 60 people. The majority of those accidents, sadly, occurred…

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Snell Changes Motorcycle Helmet Standards

The Snell Memorial Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide a high-quality standard of safety for helmets. Unfortunately, with its recent changes to its testing formula for motorcycle helmets, it may have fallen short in that area. Because the Department of Transportation’s standards for motorcycle helmets were outdated at best and obsolete…

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Amazon Open to Fighting Consumer Lawsuits

Amazon is setting itself apart from other businesses again – though, depending on how one looks at it, not in a positive way. During a time when most, if not all, companies have forced their employees and customers to resolve legal matters using alternative means such as arbitration, Amazon has decided to change its terms…

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New Medical Advances in Prosthetic Technology

One of the most difficult injuries to recover from in any accident is the loss of a leg, arm, foot, or hand. Amputation injuries are usually due to car accidents, construction accidents, industrial accidents, and product defect accidents. The recovery process is harsh because injury victims lose function in part of their body, they experience…

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What Types of Therapists Might You Need After a Serious Car Crash?

Car accidents cause many different injuries. Drivers, passengers, and bystanders may suffer a traumatic brain injury, spinal cord damage, or other live-altering injuries. Many car accident victims require surgery. Victims of Oklahoma City accidents often need to treat with specialists such as neurosurgeons, orthopedists, and pain management doctors. The medical care that often requires that…

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