Each year, many Oklahoma residents are involved in automobile collisions -- some of whom experience numerous losses. When it happens, one may not be sure what damages are actually recoverable. Financial losses seem pretty obvious, but what about everything else? Following car accidents, there are a lot more losses sustained by victims than those that just affect their pocket books.
You'd think, with all the don't text and drive campaigns out there and the knowledge that texting and driving is dangerous, no one would do it. Unfortunately, people in Oklahoma and all across the country do still text while driving every single day. They believe nothing will really happen to them; they won't get in car accidents. Then you entered the picture.
Police in Oklahoma are investigating the cause of a recent crash that left several people injured. This incident occurred in Oklahoma City and involved an SUV and a school bus. Victims of car accidents such as this may be entitled to pursue damages in court.
Every day, commercial trucks can be seen on roads all over the state of Oklahoma. Good as that may be for a number of reasons, sharing the road with these vehicles can be quite intimidating. Those individuals involved in car accidents with these massive machines are likely to suffer significant injury or worse. If that happens and the truck driver or his or her employer are deemed liable, victims or their surviving family members may have legal recourse.
Police in Oklahoma City are looking into a crash that left three people injured. This incident occurred the afternoon of March 28. The victims of car accidents may, according to state laws, have legal recourse.
An Oklahoma man recently died in an accident in Bryan County. It is said he was involved in a crash with a driver who crossed the center line on U.S. Highway 70. A total of three people, including the driver who caused the crash, were injured in the wreck as well. When car accidents happen, victims or -- in the event of a fatality -- their surviving family members may have legal recourse.
You've done your due diligence and purchased a full coverage auto insurance policy. You think you are good to go. Then, it happened. You were involved in an accident with an uninsured motorist in Oklahoma and you come to find out that your full coverage policy may not be enough.
Are you one of the many Oklahoma residents who has been injured or lost a loved one in an automobile accident? Was the wreck caused by a drunk driver? Did you know that compensation may be sought for losses suffered in car accidents caused by drunk drivers?
Police in Oklahoma are investigating a Valentine's Day wreck that left one person injured. This incident occurred in the Lawton area, and involved a semitrailer and a pickup truck. The victim of this crash, and others who have suffered injuries in similar car accidents, may be entitled to seek compensation through legal means for any damages sustained.
Losing a child unexpectedly because of a vehicle wreck may be one of the most devastating processes a parent has to go through. Surviving loved ones of those killed in car accidents typically experience a range of negative emotions, such as confusion, anger, guilt, sadness, blame and countless others. For one Oklahoma family, these emotions have become a reality after losing their daughter, a high school cheerleader, from a heartbreaking car accident.