Every Oklahoma worker has the right to a full and fair recovery after a work accident. In order to achieve this recovery, a person needs financial support so that he or she can get deserved medical care. In addition to the right to medical care, a person also can seek workers' compensation benefits for wages lost in the days and weeks following a work accident.
A car collision can result in serious injuries for innocent Oklahoma drivers and passengers. These injuries may require extensive medical treatment and leave victims in a precarious financial situation as they deal with medical bills and other financial losses. Fortunately, those harmed in car accidents have the option to seek a financial recovery.
A recent Oklahoma car crash underscores the fact that drunk driving is a serious issue that can lead to life-altering consequences. A driver, allegedly drunk at the time, is said to have caused a fatal collision which left two other people injured. Drunk driving leads to an increased risk of car accidents for all other drivers and passengers on the road.
Three people were injured in an single-vehicle accident in Pottawatomie County. The three vehicle occupants were all traveling in a car that left its lane. The driver was not able to correct the path of the car before it crashed into two trees. The accident victims, including one who suffered serious injury, were taken for medical treatment to a local Oklahoma hospital.
When an Oklahoma reader falls and suffers an injury in a public place, such as a store or restaurant, he or she may assume that clumsiness is to blame. In reality, a slip-and-fall accident is often the result of dangerous property conditions or negligent maintenance on the part of the property owner. In these types of circumstances, it can be wise to find out if an injury claim is a reasonable option.