Many residents of Oklahoma probably recognize that medicine is not an exact science. Despite amazing advances in technology, diagnosing someone's medical condition still involves a doctor's engaging in a certain amount of guesswork. What this means is that from time to time, the doctor is going to be wrong.
A 53-year-old Tulsa man was killed Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016, area police officials have confirmed. The fatal car crash involving two pickup truck drivers took place at the intersection of Sheridan and 13th Street at 10:00 a.m., that morning.
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services is being sued by the grandparents of a 2-year-old who died in February, claiming negligence.
Unfortunately, mass shootings in our country have become a terrifying reality. They can happen anywhere and at anytime, leaving our family members vulnerable to injury and death. If any situation defines what it means to suffer a wrongful death, it is a mass shooting. Victims of these situations are nearly always innocent and often are not connected to the shooter in any way.
Oklahoma readers may know that Anton Yelchin, the famous actor, was recently killed in a tragic accident that involved a vehicle that was under recall. Yelchin was discovered pinned between his Jeep Grand Cherokee and his fence after it rolled into him. While the manufacturer claims that there is no reason to believe that a defect caused the vehicle to roll, the incident is under investigation and could be grounds for a wrongful death claim.
As summer approaches, many throughout the United States are bringing out their motorcycles to enjoy the temperate weather. Motorcycles are an excellent way to travel during warmer months, but they are also fraught with danger due to the driver's exposure in the event of an accident. A recent fatal car crash in Oklahoma claimed the life of a young woman who was simply out for a relaxing ride with her parents.
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.
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.
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.