November 6, 2017: Shortly after police signaled a driver to pull over in I-40 for allegedly going a little too fast, the driver took off on to MacArther Blvd. While trying to evade police, the driver crashed into a different
If you have been injured in a bicycle accident in the Oklahoma City area, contact us today for a free and confidential consultation. Adult fatal bicycle accidents increasing Back in the 1970s, images of bicycles were often associated with young
In August 2017 a deadly Interstate 40 multi vehicle crash occurred near Douglas Boulevard outside of Midwest City. Reports state that a big rig, 18 wheeler truck and a Mercedes Benz car were stopped in traffic side by side. A
California and Oklahoma fall under two different categories when it comes to Comparative Negligence. California recognizes the Pure Comparative Fault Rule, which allows the plaintiff to recover damages even if they are the party that is the most at fault.
The state of Oklahoma rests right above Texas in the Great Plains region of the United States. Harboring four mountain ranges, grasslands, prairies, and forests (which cover almost a quarter of Oklahoma), The Sooner State and its capital city look
The Riverwind Casino in Norman, Oklahoma is the largest casino in Oklahoma. It is owned by the Chickasaw Nation, a Native American nation. Although few if any car accidents occur on the premises of the casino itself, Oklahoma personal injury
Historically, heavy snowfalls (6-8 inches) have hit Oklahoma an average of four times a year. Heavy snowfalls temporarily create unusually dangerous road conditions that can lead to tragic car accidents. Since the Oklahoma City municipal government, a subdivision of the
Every single year hundreds of thousands of Ford Mustang GT models are sold. The gran turismo model is a step up from the basic Ford Mustang. This muscle car has been around for decades and each generation is excited to
Every single day there are millions of vehicles that malfunction at no fault of the owner. The Ford Explorer has been known to be a vehicle that does not stand the test of time very well. Some have even dubbed
Kingfisher, Oklahoma is located to the northwest of Oklahoma City in Kingfisher County. While this part of Oklahoma is not the most populated there are thousands of drivers that go through this part of the state each and every day.