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Is My Employer Required to Carry Workers’ Compensation Insurance?

Workers’ compensation is a type of insurance carried by employers that provides medical care for workers injured on the job. If employees are unable to resume working, workers’ comp can also provide replacement wages for stages of temporary or total disability. In the tragic event of death, workers’ compensation provides death benefits to surviving family …

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Sobering Statistics about Holiday Traffic Accidents

While the holidays are a time for celebration and joy, the season is often associated with a massive increase in traffic accidents, many of which are fatal. The AAA Travel Forecast Archives states hundreds of thousands of more people are on the road between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. The 10 to 17-day period between Christmas and New …

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Severe Injury and Oil Field Accidents

Oil field workers face a high risk of injuries every day due to the seemingly endless hazards that create a potentially deadly work environment. To avoid becoming a victim of oil field accidents, workers must be aware of their surroundings and always take appropriate precautionary measures. Employers are required to ensure safety measures are in place …

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When Should I Contact an Attorney for a Burn Injury?

There are four possible degrees of burns you may have: First-degree burns are superficial and minor, only impacting the epidermis. The burns may result in redness and blistering but will not require advanced medical treatment. Second-degree burns extend to the dermis. These burns may swell, become red, and blister, and may require medical assistance. However, they will likely …

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Motorcycle Safety Requirements in Oklahoma

In the state of Oklahoma, a “motorcycle” is defined as: “[A]ny motor vehicle having: A seat or saddle for the use of each rider; Not more than three wheels in contact with the ground, but excluding a tractor; and A combustion engine with a piston or rotor displacement of one hundred fifty cubic centimeters (150 …

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SUVs and Trucks are More Likely to Strike Bicyclists

There are thousands of accidents involving bicyclists and pedestrians every year. In 2020, approximately 130,000 bicyclists were injured in accidents with motor vehicles, and more than 900 cyclists were killed in accidents. Tragically, the rate at which these accidents occur increases yearly. Any vehicle can endanger a cyclist, but it has long been suspected that SUVs and …

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Four Possible Causes of Birth Injury

Birth injury is a type of medical malpractice referring to any injury sustained during labor and delivery. This ranges from minor injuries such as scrapes and bruises to more severe injuries such as shoulder dystocia and cerebral palsy. The consequences of a birth injury can be profound. Depending on the extent of damage, families may face excessive …

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Eligibility for Oklahoma Work Injury Compensation

All employers with one or more employees are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance in Oklahoma. This means nearly every employee in Oklahoma is eligible for workers’ compensation. If you are unsure about your eligibility, give us a call to schedule a free consultation today. What is Workers’ Compensation? Workers’ compensation is a type of …

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