Oklahoma Law Injury Blog


What Happens If My Personal Injury Claim Goes To Court?

Accident News on April 25, 2019

If you have been injured in an accident, like a car accident or a workplace injury accident, you may be interested in contacting an Oklahoma personal injury attorney to file a claim against the individual who is at fault. Filing a legal claim will give you the opportunity to get compensated in order to cover property damage, lost wages, pain and suffering, medical treatment, and various other damages.

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Why It Is Essential To Hire An Experienced Spinal Cord Injury Attorney

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Being injured in any type of accident can have a debilitating impact on your life. Victims who sustain spinal cord injuries are among those most affected by motor vehicle collisions. Unfortunately, spinal cord injuries are some of the most devastating injuries a person can suffer.

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Tulsa, OK – 5-Year-Old Killed In Scooter Accident On 31st & Riverside

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Tulsa, OK (April 25, 2019) – On April 23, Tulsa police were called to the scene of a pedestrian accident near 31st and Riverside around 8:30 p.m. involving a small child and his mother.

According to police, on Tuesday night, a 5-year-old boy and his mother were riding a rented scooter through the area when they were struck by a newer model Honda Civic in the roadway.

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Oklahoma City, OK – Pedestrian Injured In Crash On Northwest Expy & Rockwell Ave

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Oklahoma City, OK (April 25, 2019) – On April 24th, emergency medical services responded to the scene of a pedestrian involved automobile accident on the Northwest Expressway.   The accident took place at approximately 9 pm on Wednesday night.

Oklahoma City Fire Department responded to the incident, which occurred near the intersection of the Northwest Expressway and Rockwell Avenue.

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Cherokee County, OK-Fatal Crash Claims Life of Jimmy O’Neal on OK-100 Near Tahlequah

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Cherokee County, OK (April 25, 2019) – On April 24, Oklahoma Highway Patrol responded to the scene of a fatal collision on Highway 100 just a bit south of Tahlequah.

A report issued by Highway Patrol states that a vehicle attempted to pass another in a no passing zone along the highway when it was struck head-on by an oncoming car.

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McIntyre Law Wins Case for Edgar Brown’s Family

Jeremy Thurman on March 5, 2019

 

Edgar Brown was doing a good deed for his friend on October 6, 2015, but what happened after that would end his life. While he was taking out the trash at a friend’s house, five pit bull mixes from the neighbor’s yard broke through the fence and attacked Edgar. His brother, Dexter Brown, remembers Edgar’s brutal wounds following the attack—something that haunts him still today. “It was the most awful mess I’ve ever seen,” Dexter Brown said.

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McIntyre Law Secures $4.25 Million Trucking Accident Settlement

Noble McIntyre on October 22, 2018

 

McIntyre Law recently secured a $4,250,000 settlement for a Tulsa man who tragically lost his wife in an accident caused by the operator of a tractor trailer. The civil jury agreed that severe deficiencies in the trailer’s maintenance and safety systems contributed to the accident and ordered the company to pay $3M for their negligence. The defendants, Doug Butler Enterprises and Midcontinent Insurance Company, offered an additional $1.25M to settle the case as the jury was preparing to consider punitive damages. The jury understood the level of negligence involved in the accident, and that in losing his wife, the retired Mr. Eickstaedt had lost his sole source of companionship and support.

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McIntyre Law’s 8th Annual Day of Kindness

Jeremy Thurman on December 19, 2017

 

About 17% of Oklahomans live in poverty, which leaves 1 in 4 children at risk of going to bed hungry. Personal injury law firm, McIntyre Law, is on a mission to not let that happen, especially around the holidays. Each year, hundreds of Oklahoma trial lawyers band together to raise money to help give families a Thanksgiving dinner.

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Are you a victim of wage theft?

Noble McIntyre on May 4, 2017

When you’re at work, you should be able to concentrate on the job at hand and not worry about whether or not you’re getting paid. Unfortunately, that’s not the reality for thousands of workers across the country — and maybe you’re one of them. Wage theft law violations have become more commonplace, which means that workers aren’t bringing home the paychecks that they rightfully earned. Continue reading


Silicone Gel Breast Implant Lawsuits

Noble McIntyre on April 24, 2017

The two most common reasons why someone might get breast implants are cosmetic, or for breast cancer patients who have undergone mastectomy. Regardless of what the reasons are, lawsuits are being filed against breast implant manufacturer Mentor Worldwide (a Johnson & Johnson company) alleging that silicone-based breast implants were not properly tested before they went to market, and breast implant patients have experienced significant harm as a result. Continue reading


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