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What is Duty of Care in Premises Liability?

In Oklahoma, premises liability laws require a victim of personal injury to prove that a property owner owed them a duty of care. The duty of care owed to a victim depends on their status as a visitor. Generally, visitors are divided into three different categories: Invitees Licensees Trespassers An invitee is a visitor who …

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Why You Need an Expert Lawyer for Your Brain Injury Case

 Auto accidents often cause obvious injuries – cuts, scrapes, broken bones and injured joints. And everyone recognizes those are eligible for compensation when someone else is at fault. But attorney Bryce Johnson says because people often can’t see brain injuries – sometimes called “invisible injuries” – they may not get proper treatment, and victims may not …

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You Shouldn’t Go Without Health Insurance

More than 27 million Americans lack health insurance. Not all employers offer health insurance, but it’s critical workers have protection. For injured workers, receiving quality, appropriate care can mean the difference between getting back on the job or living a life in pain with a permanent disability. At Johnson & Biscone, making sure our clients …

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5 Benefits of Telehealth

The COVID-19 crisis has forced us to re-evaluate many aspects of our life, including the ways in which we receive important healthcare treatments. Hospitals and doctor’s offices are running at max capacity, making it challenging for all individuals to receive medical care in a timely manner. Due to these circumstances, telehealth services may be the …

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What’s Popular Is Not Always What’s Right, Senator

State Sen. Julie Daniels (R-Bartlesville) continues her attack on injured Oklahomans. She authored Senate Joint Resolution 40, which could arbitrarily cap pain and suffering damages in civil cases at $350,000. This bill would seek to change the State’s Constitution. The bill passed the Senate 26-16 and now heads to the House of Representatives. However, a …

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