November 2015 Archives

Driver in fatal car crash below the legal limit

As readers know, tragedy recently struck an Oklahoma State University parade as a driver plowed through the parade route, leaving many injured or killed. As the case against the driver continues to unfold, it has been learned that the driver was not actually drunk according to the legal definition. The woman had a blood alcohol content (BAC) of less than .08 percent at the time of the fatal car crash.

Compensation possible after the wrongful death of a loved one

When a loved one dies, it can leave a family with overwhelming expenses, including medical bills and funeral costs. In addition to grief and emotional trauma, an Oklahoma family should not have to deal with a heavy financial burden as well. Fortunately, if the wrongful death of a family member was caused by the negligent actions of another person, compensation may be available.

Fatal car crash during an Oklahoma State University parade

As most readers already know, a tragic accident ruined the recent Oklahoma State University homecoming parade. A driver crashed straight through the parade route, killing four people and hurting many others. The driver who is said to have caused the fatal car crash was arrested and charged with driving under the influence.