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DANGER ALERT: Heater-Cooler Units Used in Heart Surgeries Cause Infections

January 25, 2017 5:27 pm

how a heater cooler worksIf you’ve contracted a dangerous bacterial infection after heart valve replacements or coronary artery bypass graft surgery – and possibly received a warning letter from a hospital regarding a defective machine used during your operation – you need to contact Carr & Carr immediately.

Carr & Carr is currently investigating cases for patients who have developed severe bacterial infections associated with the use of a heater-cooler device used during heart surgeries.  (more…)




Calling an Attorney After a Traffic Accident

January 23, 2017 6:07 pm

It is easy to feel alone and directionless after a car accident. After all, no one leaves home or work expecting to be involved in a crash caused by another driver. Yet, as statistics maintained by the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office show, this happens with surprising regularity: In 2015 alone, there were 645 fatalities resulting from 590 crashes. This means that every day during 2015 at least one person died in a fatal car wreck. Many more were injured to one degree or another in injury car accidents. Once a traffic injury or fatality occurs, the victim (and/or his or her family members) must not only begin the process of physically recovering from his or her injuries, but he or she must also decide whether to seek a legal recovery as well. While an attorney cannot do much to speed the physical recovery process along, as Michael Carr of the Oklahoma personal injury firm Carr & Carr, Attorneys at Law expounds, one call to an experienced attorney can make a difference in the victim’s legal recovery process. (more…)




What are the Insurance Limits if I am in a Car Accident?

January 5, 2017 2:12 pm

If you have been involved in a car wreck that was not your fault, you might be wondering what the insurance limits are that the at-fault driver carries. Like most every other state in the nation, Oklahoma requires the drivers of motor vehicles to maintain minimum automobile liability insurance. (more…)




Types of Car Accidents

December 30, 2016 10:26 am

There are a wide variety of circumstances that lead to car collisions. No two car accidents are the same – car crashes come about because of a variety of reasons and the ways in which two (or more) cars collide will vary from case to case. These differences and distinctions are significant: The approach used to win one specific car crash victim’s case may not be successful in winning another car accident victim’s case. (more…)




Filing a Car Crash Claim

December 15, 2016 1:20 pm

You have just been injured in an Oklahoma car crash – do you need assistance in filing a claim for compensation? Attorney Michael Carr of Carr & Carr, Attorneys at Law explains that many individuals not only find the assistance of an experienced and knowledgeable car collision claim attorney helpful, but crucial, in obtaining compensation for their injuries. The recovery process can be long and complicated: a skilled attorney is not only able to guide an injured client through each step of the civil claim process but he or she can also increase the likelihood that the client’s claim will be successful. (more…)




Is Settlement Money Taxable?

December 1, 2016 12:09 pm

Many people wonder if the money they expect to receive from an insurance carrier is taxable.  Generally speaking, money received from a personal injury settlement is not taxable. According to the IRS, if you receive a settlement award based on a personal injury and did not make a deduction for your medical expenses related to your injury, the full amount is not taxable.  However, if you did take an itemized deduction for the medical expenses you paid in more than one year, you must include in income that portion of the settlement that is for medical expenses you deducted in prior years to the extent the deduction provided a tax benefit. (more…)




Carr & Carr Attorney Involved in Group that Donated $20K to AAROC

November 10, 2016 6:13 pm

L-R: Lisa Jensen (AAROC Board of Directors), Ron Stout (NASSAM vehicle owner), Chris Jackson (NASSAM 2016 Co-Organizer), Chris Brinkley (NASSAM 2016 Head Organizer), Karen Brinkley (NASSAM 2016 Co-Organizer), Karen Swan (NASSAM 2016 attendee), David Jensen (son of Lisa Jensen), Jerry Swan (NASSAM 2016 Organizing Committee

Chris Brinkley, one of the attorneys at Carr & Carr, and his wife Karen are big Saturn Sky and Pontiac Solstice roadster fans.  As the organizers of the 11th North American Solstice Sky Annual Meet (NASSAM) this past summer, Chris and Karen, along with a bunch of their NASSAM friends, took part in some fundraising activities to raise money for a cause about which they are passionate. (more…)




Ways a Personal Injury Attorney Can Add Value to Your Case

October 20, 2016 1:16 pm

Some injury victims are tempted to personally negotiate their legal claim for financial compensation with the at-fault party’s insurance company only to later realize they have made a grave mistake after receiving a lowball settlement or no recovery at all.  An insurance adjuster will salivate at the prospect of taking on a self-represented party because this is akin to a little league baseball player trying to face a major league pitcher.  Our experienced Oklahoma Personal Injury Attorneys at Carr & Carr, Attorneys at Law, have provided an overview of ways that a skilled and experienced lawyer can add value to your case. (more…)




Injured by the Keurig Brewing System?

October 19, 2016 9:24 am

If you have been injured by the Keurig Brewing System then we can help you.

Keurig has recalled a their Mini Plus Brewing system after widespread reports of consumers being burned and scalded.  Essentially, the defect in some of these products is Recalled Keurig MINI Brewing Systemthat the water in the brewer can overheat and then spray out onto consumers.  Due to the  high temperature of the water, the user can suffer terrible burns.  Generally these burns have occurred on people’s faces, hands and arms.   According to Keurig, there have been over 90 reports of people being injured by this product. (more…)




Defective GM Airbags

October 17, 2016 5:19 pm

This year has been a big one for recalls in the automobile industry. Volkswagen recalled 482,000 of their diesel vehicles for cheating on U.S. emissions standards and millions more vehicles around the world were recalled for defects in their Takata airbags.

Then there was the General Motors fiasco, in which GM knowingly produced and sold vehicles with an ignition switch flaw that proved fatal to over 100 people. Now GM is making headlines again by recalling 4.3 million vehicles worldwide because of a software defect that can prevent airbags from deploying during an accident. (more…)






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