January 2016 Archives

Dangerous property condition may have caused your injury

When property conditions are dangerous or poorly maintained, innocent people may suffer. Property owners are responsible for attending to wet, uneven, slippery or hazardous floors in order protect people who visit the property, regardless of whether the property is public or private. If you were hurt in a slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accident, a dangerous property condition may be to blame. 

Oklahoma woman may file a claim for workers' compensation

An Oklahoma nurse is claiming that toxic exposure at work has made her sick. Readers may associate workers' compensation with injuries sustained in the workplace, but these benefits may also be obtained for sicknesses or diseases that were contracted due to work conditions. The woman in this case says that she was exposed to toxic mold at a nursing home. 

Fatal car crash in Oklahoma claims 2 lives

A car accident in Oklahoma has claimed the life of a 22-year-old woman and a teenage girl. The fatal car crash involved three vehicles, two of which caught fire after the collision. According to law enforcement, the two deceased victims were declared dead at the scene of the collision.

Drowsy driving and car accidents: a legitimate problem

Drunk driving is a highly publicized danger for innocent drivers on Oklahoma roads and across the country. There are even campaigns during which law enforcement will set up checkpoints and increase patrols in order to deter drunk driving. However, there are other dangers that present a legitimate hazard and increased risk of car accidents for every motorist on the road.