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December 2014 Archives

7 Oklahoma motorists die in car accidents over Christmas

Law enforcers asked Oklahoma motorists to take additional care while driving during the holiday season. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol published information about some of the car accidents that occurred over Christmas. While the authorities encourage safe driving throughout the year, they asked drivers to avoid driving under the influence of alcohol. In addition, high rates of speed and distracted driving should be avoided at this time when most roads carry high volumes of traffic.

Hit-and-run accident may result in a wrongful death claim

The family members of an Oklahoma man are trying to find answers to their many questions, while Oklahoma authorities are searching for the hit-and-run driver who killed their loved one. Although the accident may not be seen as a homicide yet, the driver of the vehicle may have to face other criminal charges. Leaving an accident scene involving injury or death is considered a felony in Oklahoma. Apart from the possible criminal charges, the family may choose to file a wrongful death claim.

Study: waste system damage among the harm TBI causes to a brain

The human brain is an extremely complex organ in which there are a wide range of different systems that play an important role in ensuring proper function. This is one of the reasons why traumatic brain injuries can be so incredibly damaging.

What to do after car accidents resulting in injuries?

Most victims of car accidents suffer from shock and,sometimes, even fear. However, this state of shock does not last forever and, after the shock wears off, questions may start to arise. Questions about car accidents often relate to the costs resulting from the accident. As an accident victim in Oklahoma, you have the right to obtain answers to all of your accident-related questions.