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Three Car Accident Myths You Need to Know

By Mike Green | January 5, 2021

If you are involved in a car crash, you will likely deal with an insurance adjuster. Before you accept what an insurance adjuster tells you about car accident claims, it helps to understand the truth about three common car accident myths. The Truth About Car Accident Myths There are several myths about car crash claims.

How Can a Tulsa Personal Injury Lawyer Help Me?

By Mike Green | January 5, 2021

You might be unsure whether you need a personal injury attorney to help you with an accident claim. If you have never been injured, you might not be sure what an injury attorney can do to help you. While some accident claims can be settled without an attorney’s help, most accident victims benefit from consulting

Damages for a Car Accident in Tulsa

By Mike Green | December 30, 2020

A car accident in Tulsa can result in property damage to your vehicle. However, a crash can also result in traumatic physical injuries for you and your passengers. Your injuries may result in economic damages. Who is responsible for your damages after a car accident in Tulsa? What damages can you recover after a car

Common Causes of Birth Injuries in Oklahoma

By Mike Green | December 30, 2020

Realizing that your child sustained birth injuries because of a health care provider’s negligence or wrongdoing is overwhelming. Your child suffered because of a preventable situation. What do you do now? The first step is to contact a Tulsa birth injury lawyer. A birth injury attorney investigates the cause of the injury to determine if

WHO IS NOT COVERED BY WORKERS’ COMPENSATION IN OKLAHOMA?

By Mike Green | December 20, 2019

Almost every employee in the United States is required, by law, to be covered by workers’ compensation insurance. From small operations to large corporations, almost every employer in the nation must purchase workers’ compensation insurance to ensure their employees will be covered in the event of an on-the-job injury. Although workers’ compensation is a widespread system, there

THIRD PARTY LIABILITY CLAIMS IN BIRTH INJURY CASES

By Mike Green | December 10, 2019

The cause of birth injuries can frequently be attributed to medical malpractice. In most cases, the delivery doctor and their staff will be primarily responsible for the damages resulting from a birth injury. However, there are other parties who could be held liable in birth injury cases. The Hospital’s Liability As the entity that is responsible for

THE SYMPTOMS OF A TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IN CHILDREN

By Mike Green | October 21, 2019

Children, particularly very young children, are one population that has a higher risk of sustaining a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Small kids are very accident-prone. They also frequently participate in activities like playing on a playground or playing sports, which can result in harm to the head. A child who is suffering from a TBI may

THE LIABILITY OF TRUCKING COMPANIES AND EMPLOYERS AFTER A TRUCK ACCIDENT

By Mike Green | October 8, 2019

In a truck accident, fault can often be attributed to many more people than whoever was behind the wheel. As an employee of a trucking company, the negligent behavior of a driver could be the result of inadequate oversight. Trucking companies are responsible for hiring skilled drivers, continuing to supervise their workers, and administering maintenance on

THE LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF A TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

By Mike Green | September 26, 2019

Traumatic brain injuries often result in a plethora of symptoms and require a substantial amount of downtime for a survivor to recover as much as the condition allows. Additionally, it is not uncommon for these catastrophic injuries to continue to present health complications as time goes on, some of which can prevent the individual from

WHAT NOT TO SAY TO AN INSURANCE ADJUSTER AFTER AN ACCIDENT

By Mike Green | September 19, 2019

After a car accident, you will spend a considerable amount of time on the phone. You will have to call local law enforcement to the scene and you will have to report the incident to your insurance company. Additionally, you will receive a call from the other party’s insurance company within hours following the accident.

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