March 2016 Archives

Dangerous airbags lead to risk of serious injury

Many Oklahoma readers already know about the scandal involving Honda and Takata airbags, which has only increased as new information has come to light. According to new reports, Honda was aware of issues with defective airbags in certain model vehicles as early as 2009. The auto manufacturer initiated a massive recall of vehicles after it was revealed that the defective airbags posed the risk of serious injury.

What are your options after the wrongful death of a loved one?

The unexpected death of a loved one can bring pain and trauma to an Oklahoma family, both emotionally and financially. The news of the wrongful death of a loved one can change a family in an instant, and the impact will reverberate for years to come. While we cannot bring back your loved one, we can help you see how there may be a way that you could claim financial recovery.

Work injury and young workers: Promoting safety on the job

When young workers seek employment, it is often with the intention of saving for their education or other future needs. While working is a great way to gain real-world experience, it can also bring the risk of injury for young workers. Oklahoma employers must make every effort to promote safety in the workplace and properly train every person on the job to detect risks and avoid work injury, both young and old.

Accident illustrates the risk of car accidents caused by speeding

After a car accident in Harmon County, five Oklahoma teenagers were sent to the hospital for treatment of injuries. All were in the same vehicle, and it was reported that the driver was speeding at the time of the crash. This accident did result in injuries, but it could have been much worse, illustrating how speeding and reckless driving increases the risk of car accidents

Distracted driving: increased chance of car accidents

All Oklahoma readers know that texting and driving is dangerous, but studies and statistics show that distracted driving is one biggest threats to driver safety. A new study has found that distracting driving actually doubles the chances that car accidents will occur. Other activities that compromise safety besides texting include talking on the phone, interacting with a passenger, changing the radio station and even crying.