When you have been injured in a car accident, trucking collision, premises accident, or suffered a brain injury or from medical malpractice, it is imperative to seek legal counsel before talking to anyone else.
Insurance agents do not have your best interest in mind and will try to settle quickly, quietly, and for less money than your claim is worth.
Let our injury attorneys work for you to get the
compensation you deserve.
Asbestos is defined as a heat-resistant fibrous silicate
mineral that can be woven into fabrics and is used in fire-resistant and
insulating materials such as brake linings.
Who uses Asbestos?
The United States is one of the few major industrialized nations without an asbestos ban in place. It continues to be used in gaskets, friction products, roofing materials, fireproofing materials, and other products that are used every day.
More than 50 countries, including the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and all 28 countries of the European Union, have banned the use of asbestos.
We all need medical professionals for many of our health concerns. Whether it is something as minor as a checkup or as major as surgery, we expect the doctors, nurses, and surgeons to perform their jobs well. We count on them to heal us when we’re sick and trust them with our lives on occasion.
Summertime is full of vacations, pools, lakes, oceans and
other fun water related sports and activities. Water is always a centric part
of summer fun, but it’s also a place where safety must come first. Here are a few tips to help you be water
The common bile duct is a small, tube-like structure formed where the common hepatic duct and the cystic duct join. Its role is to carry bile from the gallbladder and empty it into the upper part of the small intestine. The common bile duct is part of the biliary system. Continue reading “Common Bile Duct and Iatrogenic Injury”
Tulsa World reports – A program designed to crack down on uninsured drivers through the use of automatic license plate scanning technology has located thousands of violations in the first weeks of its deployment.
About 2,100 uninsured vehicle violation notice letters will be sent to registered owners in the coming days, said Amanda Arnall Couch, prosecutor for the Uninsured Vehicle Enforcement Diversion Program, a unit of the Oklahoma District Attorneys Council.
Electric scooters have become popular all across the country. These scooters are used on college campuses for students, downtown for business personnel and in entertainment districts for quick transportation that was previously a walk, Uber or cab ride. Continue reading “Electric Scooters in Oklahoma”
In the days following an Oklahoma car wreck, you are almost certain to be contacted by the at-fault driver’s insurance company. While many of these representatives are pleasant when speaking with you, the fact that you are receiving phone calls from an insurance company you do not do business with asking about your car crash can be unnerving. For some car crash victims, they respond to this situation by hiring an attorney to represent them: once an attorney has been hired, any questions the insurance company may have are directed to the victim’s attorney. Continue reading “Talk with a lawyer before talking with an insurance company”
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. Continue reading “Ways a Personal Injury Attorney Can Add Value to Your Case”