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Should I Contact an Attorney for My Burn Injury Claim?

Burn injuries, regardless of their severity, can have a profound impact on your life. Even seemingly minor burns can lead to work absences, persistent physical issues and the burden of medical expenses and emotional distress. If your injury was caused by negligence, lack of supervision or any other factor that places the blame on another […]

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Which Cancers are Most Commonly Misdiagnosed?

Cancer treatments are most effective when the disease is detected early. A cancer misdiagnosis wastes valuable time and causes undue pain and suffering. Thankfully, the law does have remedies in place. Fortunately, Oklahoma law provides remedies for the harmful actions or inactions of medical providers. What are the Types of Misdiagnoses  Oklahoma law addresses three

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I Have Lost A Loved One To An On-The-Job Injury: What Are My Options?

Experiencing the loss of a loved one is incredibly challenging, regardless of the circumstances. Alongside the emotional pain and grief, there are practical matters to address, such as making funeral arrangements. However, when you lose a loved one due to a work-related accident, the weight of these burdens increases significantly. If your loved one was

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Beyond Slip and Fall: What is Premises Liability?

If you get hurt on someone else’s property due to negligence or carelessness, you may be entitled to compensation. It is important to know the details of premises liability laws to ensure you receive the full justice and compensation you deserve. Here is everything you need to know about premises liability cases. What Are Premises Liability Laws?

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How Long do I Have to File a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit in Oklahoma?

Medical malpractice is a relatively broad term encompassing a wide range of negligent behaviors. It occurs whenever a medical professional, such as a doctor, nurse, naturopath, chiropractor, dentist, or other, fails to provide an acceptable standard of care and, as a result, the patient is injured. The American Medical Association reports one in three healthcare

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What are the Three Types of Distraction?

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, which reminds drivers to eliminate unnecessary distractions to protect themselves and everyone else on the road from a serious or fatal motor vehicle accident. Distraction is dangerous. According to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, 8,000 motorists in Oklahoma suffered an injury due to distracted driving accidents between 2017 and 2021.

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What is Nursing Negligence?

Nursing negligence is a form of medical malpractice resulting in severe or fatal harm to the patient. The most common examples of nursing negligence is failure to adequately monitor a patient, track vital signs and watch for signs of distress. Other examples of nursing negligence include: Improper medication (over/under-medication, wrong drug, wrong route of administration, etc.) Failure

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