Many people start out having active jobs that require plenty of standing and constant movement. Depending on your circumstances, you might find yourself working a desk job at some point in your life. It can be jarring whenever you transition into a full-time sitting job where you are primarily stagnant the entire workday.
If you were recently injured in an auto accident or lost a loved one in such an incident, you may be thinking that insurance will have your back. That would be nice if that were the case, but many Oklahoma residents find that they are left far from whole with the settlements offered them after car accidents. What can you and they do when dealing with insurance providers who are being less than fair?
It is hard to go a day without seeing overly aggressive drivers on Oklahoma roads. Sadly, numerous car accidents occur in the state and across the country because drivers fail to control their emotions when behind the wheel. Road rage is a real thing and a real problem.
Driving through Oklahoma City, another driver struck your vehicle and injured you. You exchanged information, but you discovered that the driver does not hold car insurance. You worry as to how you will pay for your medical costs, your car damage and how you will sustain yourself if you cannot work.
An incident at the Goodyear plant in Comanche County that left one employee injured is currently being investigated. The event occurred Thursday, Aug. 30. As employers in Oklahoma are required to have workers' compensation insurance, the injured worker may file the claims necessary to have his or her losses covered.
Oklahoma City police are in the process of investigating a wreck that left one person critically injured. This event happened the afternoon of Friday, Aug. 31. The victim of this incident may be entitled to seek compensation for his or her losses if negligence can be established against the other driver or anyone else deemed responsible for the crash. As the damages associated with car accidents can be quite extensive, seeking relief is certainly worth the victim's and his or her family members time.