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Recall Roundup: Dangerous Baby Equipment

Jul 29, 2014

If you’re anything like the attorneys at McIntyre Law, P.C., we can probably agree that the most important thing in our lives is the health and safety of our families. That’s why it’s scary to see commonplace baby items being recalled in the news; we spend lots of effort and money trying to keep our families safe, but sometimes it’s the product that’s the problem. At McIntyre Law, it’s our goal to protect you from dangerous products, and to make sure that you are compensated if you or a loved one is harmed. Continue reading…

Staying Safe During a Heat Wave

Jul 22, 2014

Oklahoma is again in the grip of a stifling heat wave. With temperatures rising near 100 degrees, we all need to be mindful of ways to keep ourselves, our families, and our neighbors safe and cool under difficult conditions. We tend to worry about the weather mostly when we’re anticipating tornadoes or snowstorms, but heat waves are one of the most deadly weather occurrences. In fact, the deadliest weather event in Chicago’s history was when more than 700 people died during a heat wave in 1995. As well, in 2003, a heat wave in Europe claimed the lives of 50,000 people. So, this stretch of summer weather is no joke. Continue reading…

Child’s Play: A Look at Dangerous Toys

Jul 15, 2014

Childhood should be a fun and worry-free time… for kids, that is. As parents, we’re always trying to make sure that we’re doing the right things so that our kids grow up safe and healthy. We focus on child safety seats in the car, eating healthy foods, and making sure they don’t get a sunburn — but what about making sure their toys are safe? That’s important, too, and there are hazards out there of which you need to be aware. Continue reading…

Have Fun in the Sun, but Be Careful

Jul 8, 2014

July Fourth weekend took a sad turn at Lake Thunderbird this year, as a 25-year-old man drowned while swimming across a cove at Post Oak Campgrounds. While this is unfortunate, it’s not uncommon: a man drowned in the same lake last October, and another the previous year. Continue reading…

Oklahomans Fail to Heed Drunk Driving Warnings

Jul 1, 2014

A newly released nationwide survey yielded some troubling results for Oklahomans. Oklahomans reported the third highest blood alcohol content levels. Based on data collected via mobile breathalyzer BACtrack, the average BAC was .096 percent, which is above the legal limit and it was also one of the highest reported averages nationwide. Continue reading…

Medical Malpractice: Failure to Diagnose

Jun 24, 2014

When we visit a doctor and the doctor says that the condition is nothing serious, we breathe a sigh of relief. But, there can be occasions when perhaps we feel relieved too soon. The perception of medical malpractice is that it’s about a doctor making a mistake during surgery, or prescribing the wrong dose of medication, but that’s not always the case. The most common medical malpractice claim is for failure to diagnose, which accounts for about 40 percent of all cases filed. Continue reading…

Recall Roundup

Jun 17, 2014

Recalls happen, and some are wider in scope than others. For example, we shared with you a few weeks ago a big GM recall that affected thousands of vehicles. Fortunately, we’ve not seen anything quite that large in more recent weeks, but here’s a sampling of a few of which you should be aware: Continue reading…

Motorcycle Safety

Jun 10, 2014

A long ride on your motorcycle on a summer day or evening can make you feel free as a bird, but don’t let that cause you to forget what’s really important: your safety. According to the CDC, although motor vehicle-related crash deaths are heading towards an all-time low in the United States, motorcycle crash deaths have reached an all-time high. In the early 2000s, there were more than 34,000 motorcyclist fatalities and 1,222,000 people were treated in emergency rooms for non-fatal motorcycle injuries. Motorcyclists will never be immune from suffering crashes, but there are things that you can do to improve your motorcycle safety while on the road: Continue reading…

GM Fined for Ignition Switch Defect Recall

Jun 3, 2014

General Motors was issued the maximum $35 million fine by the Federal Transportation Department last week for failing to disclose an ignition switch defect in millions of cars. Continue reading…

Click it or Ticket: Cracking Down on Proper Seatbelt Use

May 27, 2014

“Click it or Ticket”, which is currently taking place now through June 1st, is not new in Oklahoma. It’s part of an annual effort to encourage proper seat belt use. Oklahoma law requires that drivers and front-seat passengers over 13 years old must have a properly fastened seat belt at all times when a vehicle is being operated. Children under 13 must use the correct car seat, booster seat or seat belt based on age and weight. Continue reading…