Noble McIntyre on January 20, 2015
There’s a glimmer of hope in the ongoing fight against DUI in Oklahoma. In 2013, fatalities from DUI accidents were down 27% from 2012. While specific numbers of fatalities continue to fluctuate from year to year, this substantial decrease—of nearly one-third—is promising news. 2013 shows a strong improvement in the number of DUI-related fatalities since 2006, though there were still nearly 200, which means that DUI continues to be a problem on Oklahoma roads.
Noble McIntyre on January 16, 2015
McIntyre Law is on the cover of the Injury Board’s Living Safer magazine this month. This growing community of attorneys, industry experts and consumer advocates committed to safety and injury prevention, and to helping those injured by negligence and wrongdoing by manufacturers, professionals and others, is pleased to offer a free magazine aimed at bringing health and safety news straight to the consumer. Direct from the magazine: Continue reading
Noble McIntyre on January 13, 2015
We’ve talked a lot about the dangers associated with all kinds of traffic accidents—everything from Driving Under the Influence (DUI), distracted driving, teens driving and winter driving to trucking.
Jeremy Thurman on January 6, 2015
Have you heard of “vaping”? This term describes the act of using a “personal vaporizer”, commonly known as an e-cigarette (or electronic cigarette). This battery-powered vaporizer feels similar to tobacco smoking, but does not use tobacco. Rather, they use nicotine from tobacco plants. They don’t produce cigarette smoke; they produce an aerosol (like a vapor) that is made from an e-liquid that includes propylene glycol, glycerin, nicotine and flavoring.
Noble McIntyre on December 30, 2014
If you’re here in Oklahoma, you’re waking up this week to news that we’re expecting a chilling cold snap. The forecast includes below freezing temperatures for the metro area through most of the week. Even towards the end of the week, the forecast is for temperatures that go barely above freezing. Along with the cold, we’re expecting freezing rain, sleet and the possibility of ice accumulation, which could lead to power outages.
Noble McIntyre on December 16, 2014
You’re probably in the midst of holiday gift-buying frenzy, or maybe your gifts are neatly wrapped and ready to be given to excited recipients. If your gift-giving involves pint-sized loved ones, though, you might want to take a little extra caution as you fill the stockings, especially if you’re loading up on fun trinkets or cute, kitschy toys.
Noble McIntyre on December 9, 2014
Chronic pain is a serious condition defined as pain that lasts longer than six months. Chronic pain takes many forms – it could be ongoing or intermittent, mild or severe, simply bothersome or incapacitating. For some people, chronic pain is caused by a specific injury or infection. For others, though, there isn’t a clear cause. Continue reading
Noble McIntyre on December 2, 2014
McIntyre Law is proud to be part of the Oklahoma City community and to us, “community” means giving back. That’s why the 5th Annual Day of Kindness has become a beloved tradition for our staff. Unfortunately, there are too many people in our community who don’t have the resources to have a hot turkey dinner on their tables for Thanksgiving… or hearty meals throughout the year. Therefore, we’re committed to providing a delicious, filling Thanksgiving dinner to those who would otherwise go without – we’re now in our fifth year of the turkey giveaway, and we will continue for many years ahead. Continue reading
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Justice belongs to everyone but all too frequently those most in need lack a champion to take up their cause and are left voiceless. There is little more important than providing a voice for those unable to speak up for themselves and Noble McIntyre has proven his commitment to fighting for justice for Oklahoma citizens, which is why the Oklahoma Association for Justice has named McIntyre its incoming president. He is honored to have been elected, and intends to use his position to have an even greater positive influence in Oklahoma. Throughout his career he has worked diligently to highlight the positive perception of trial lawyers by encouraging community involvement and charitable work. His firm recently hosted the McIntyre Law 5th Annual Day of Kindness which is just one of several events that the firm does to help those in need in the community. He was recently awarded the 2014 American Association for Justice Trial Lawyers Care aware for his charitable work. Continue reading
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