Winter can be unpredictable in Oklahoma City. Freezing temperatures, snow and ice, and gusty winds can come out of nowhere, creating hazards for you and other drivers. Stay safe on the road this season by following Johnson & Biscone’s five tips to avoid winter car accidents. 1. Check the Weather Ahead of Time Unless you’re […]
An automobile crash is stressful and frightening. Many things run through a driver’s mind: Am I OK? Is anyone else hurt? Can I drive my car? Where is my insurance card? Should I call the police? Whether it’s a major wreck or it seems like just a fender bender, the answer to the last question
Our team recently handled a case for a young woman who was injured in a hit-and-run crash in north Oklahoma City. Another driver struck our client at a high speed then backed up and sped off. The driver got away and was never caught. You might think having auto insurance would get you covered if
Oklahoma has the highest rate of uninsured drivers in the country, according to an Insurance Research Council (IRC) study. In Oklahoma, every driver is required by law to purchase and maintain liability insurance, but buying insurance is complex and can be very confusing. Oklahoma requires that a driver’s liability insurance include these minimum coverages per
A license to drive is a privilege, not a right. There are several ways drivers can lose their license, but an Oklahoma City attorney can help prevent that. Drivers’ licenses can be suspended or revoked. A suspension is temporary and the license can be reinstated. A revocation is permanent, and can prevent the person from
As Oklahoma City accident attorneys, it’s our duty to stay up-to-date on the latest legal developments in Oklahoma. One major new law that goes into effect soon is a ban on texting while driving in Oklahoma. This law could easily affect you and your loved ones, and it also has some provisions you need to be
Bryce Johnson of Johnson and Biscone recently settled a case against a major US corporation when their driver failed to yield striking the car our client was driving. The case was unique because litigation discovery revealed a history brake problems concerning the corporate vehicle. This vehicle should not have been on the road that day.