July 2017 Archives

The top ten most dangerous motor vehicles

In May, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), a nonprofit research organization funded by auto insurers, released their list of the most dangerous cars on the road. Researchers measured over 200 models (2014 or equivalent) between 2012 and 2015. The only vehicles considered were those with at least 100,000 registrations between 2012 and 2015.

Don't let someone's lack of auto insurance crash your bank account

Laws in every state require carrying auto insurance of a minimum amount. However, a significant number of motorists nationwide are either uninsured or underinsured. In fact, Oklahoma reportedly has the highest number of uninsured drivers.

An "F" is not OK

Upon first receiving their report card, students often find themselves under a great deal of stress over the uncertainty of the results. For many, a grade can make a significant difference in their future and how others view them.

Uber's version of workers’ comp: Innovative or insufficient?

To say Uber has experienced “growing pains” in their relatively short existence would be the definition of an understatement. Controversial disputes with Google, hostile workplace scandals, and high-level resignations (most recently, their CEO) have tarnished the image of the rideshare company.

Has a drowsy driver left you with serious injuries?

Most people in Oklahoma have a tendency to feel fatigued at some point during the day. While the feeling may come as nothing more than a minor inconvenience in most cases, it could cause serious problems if the drowsiness becomes overwhelming, especially when driving is involved.

Should you report a seemingly minor workplace injury?

After first suffering an injury, you may not fully understand its severity. In many cases, a relatively minor-seeming injury proves to be much more serious than initially believed, especially if symptoms and signs of trauma do not immediately manifest. If you get injured at work but the injury doesn't seem severe, you may wonder if your injury is even worth reporting.

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