Jeremy Thurman

Jeremy Thurman is an attorney at McIntyre Law who focuses primarily on semi-truck accident and catastrophic injury cases. He is known as a meticulous attorney whose work ethic and small town values translate into excellent results for his clients. Read more about Jeremy Thurman.

Child’s Play: A Look at Dangerous Toys

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

Sometimes Man’s Best Friend…. isn’t

If you’re a dog lover, there’s no question but that your beloved pup is part of the family. However, part of being a good dog owner is knowing if your dog would be capable of attacking a person — or another dog — and ensuring that its training, proper supervision and confinement will ensure that it doesn’t happen. Continue reading

How Do You Know When it’s Time to Give Up Driving?

Aging can be a scary thing in a lot of respects — whether it’s your own aging progression or watching that of a loved one. There are new medical issues to worry about, maybe you feel that your memory isn’t what it once was, or you could be looking at other financial or social difficulties. Continue reading

Novartis Blood Pressure, Cholesterol and Parkinson’s Meds Recalled

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that pharma giant Novartis is recalling 5.3 million bottles of blood pressure medication and other drugs that the company provided to physicians to be used as free samples for patients. The majority of the recalled lots were for Exforge and Exforge HCT, which treat hypertension. The other drugs involved in the recall are blood pressure drugs Diovan, Tekturna, Tekturna HCT; Lescol XL (cholesterol-lowering tablets) and Stalevo (Parkinson’s disease medication). Continue reading

Exploring the Dangers of NuvaRing

It’s been alleged for a long time that NuvaRing can cause serious injuries and/or sudden death. McIntyre Law, P.C. has experienced NuvaRing attorneys who have been working on nationwide NuvaRing lawsuits. However, new information has recently come to light suggesting that there needs to be more investigation into the way the U.S. Food & Drug Administration is dealing with Merck, the device’s manufacturer. Continue reading

Stay Safe on the Roads in Wintry Weather

The snow has already begun to fall in Oklahoma this winter. As well, Mother Nature has treated us to icy conditions this week, which is especially unfortunate timing as we look toward Thanksgiving, which is one of the busiest travel holidays of the year. Continue reading

Bulldog Attacks Child, Leaves Lasting Injuries

You may have heard the unfortunate news a few weeks ago about Gage Thornhill, the four-year-old Hollis boy who was brutally attacked by an American Bulldog. McIntyre Law P.C. is representing Gage in his suit against the dog’s owners. Continue reading

Vehicle Accidents Happen Off-road, Too

Too often, people think of ATVs (all-terrain vehicles) as toys. While they are often used for recreation, they are still motor vehicles and caution needs to be exercised just as you would for any other car, truck or motorcycle. Continue reading

Tips for Preventing Sports Injuries in Kids

Kids and sports. For some, it’s their very lifeblood – but, having a child athlete can be one of the major triumphs of parenting, or it could be a huge cause for worry. And, rightly so. An article published recently in USA Today indicates that 1.35 million children a year sustain serious sports injuries. The vast majority are strains or sprains (about 451,480 diagnosed in ERs per year), followed by fractures and contusions or abrasions. Continue reading

Recall Roundup

Infant Motrin recall

If you have a young child, check those UPCs in your medicine cabinet! An infant Motrin recall announced on Saturday affects about 200,000 bottles of the ibuprofen-based concentrated drops in Berry flavor. Manufacturers Johnson & Johnson and McNeil have voluntarily recalled the product over concerns of potential contamination with tiny plastic particles. Continue reading

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