Noble McIntyre on November 23, 2015
There are few things more wholesome and all-American than high school football, right? But, the popular sport (for players and spectators) is coming under scrutiny because of increased attention to serious injuries that happen on the field. Continue reading
Noble McIntyre on November 17, 2015
Safety should be top of mind all the time, but especially during the holiday season, people might be concentrating on several different things at once, and they might be forgetting to take some simple precautions that could prevent disaster. But, a single moment of paying less attention to safety could mean a lifetime of pain for you or someone else — or, someone could lose his life altogether. Is it worth it? At McIntyre Law, we see clients every day whose lives have been turned upside down by injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents, or who are trying to recover from the loss of a loved one. No matter what the circumstance, it’s incredibly sad, which is why we want to offer you our suggestions for avoiding an accident, because many of them are preventable.
Noble McIntyre on November 10, 2015
McIntyre Law plans to distribute over 25 tons of turkeys (or 5,000 turkeys) for the 6th year in a row to families who struggle with hunger. Once again, the firm has partnered with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and 70 other Oklahoma law firm members of the Oklahoma Association for Justice, an organization for which Noble McIntyre serves as president.
Noble McIntyre on November 3, 2015
Halloween is done, the fall is winding down, and we’re heading full-speed towards winter weather, holidays and festivities. In addition to all of the merriment, though, the cold weather also signals the beginning of flu season. The last thing you need is to be down with the flu this winter. Although a common ailment, the flu can be serious—even life-threatening—and it can take a long time to recover.
Noble McIntyre on October 27, 2015
For some people (not just kids), Halloween is one of the favorite days all year. We love the festive nature of dressing in costumes, enjoying some sugary sweetness and, of course, all of the parties and merriment that go with it. But, the nature of this particular occasion—costumes and parties, and trick or treating that often happens in the streets after dark—means that it comes with some specific cautions that we all should heed in order for everyone to stay safe. Let’s take a look.
Noble McIntyre on October 13, 2015
What is an aggressive driver? Chances are you know one if you see one, but it’s kind of hard to explain what, exactly, that means. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) defines an aggressive driver as being when “an individual commits a combination of moving traffic offenses so as to endanger other persons or property.” That’s still kind of vague, but in essence, aggressive driving happens when a motorist behaves in a way that is dangerous because of anger, speed or another factor that causes impatience behind the wheel.
Noble McIntyre on October 5, 2015
A smoke alarm in every bedroom. That’s the message that the National Fire Prevention Association wants you to hear, loud and clear. This is National Fire Prevention Week, and the theme for 2015 is using smoke alarms properly to keep your home safe. Continue reading
Noble McIntyre on September 29, 2015
Is your vehicle part of the Volkswagen recall? The problems might be bigger than you think. Actually, the company’s problems are bigger than any of us thought – a scandal involving deceptive practices, fraudulent emissions tests and violations of U.S. standards came to light last week. You might have received notice of a Volkswagen recall several months ago, and even if you had the issue fixed, it might not be the end of the story.
Noble McIntyre on September 22, 2015
You probably already know that riding a motorcycle can be dangerous, but that there are things you can do to protect yourself—like always wearing a motorcycle helmet. While wearing a motorcycle helmet will always be important for your riding safety, the bike manufacturers are always trying to have your back. They are continually finding new technology to make riding a motorcycle safer. Even if you (or someone you know) are a “tough-guy” or “tough-girl” biker, safety should always be top of mind. No one feels very tough when she or he is lying in a hospital bed – or worse. So, let’s take a look at some of the new motorcycle safety technology that is becoming available.
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