Personal Injury Attorneys in Tulsa, Oklahoma
In law, the term “personal injury” refers to any injury that was caused by another person’s careless or reckless behavior. Whether it was a distracted driver who crashed into you or a local store that forgot to put out a wet floor sign, Oklahoma law is only interested in one thing: holding the responsible party accountable.
Unfortunately, holding the right person or business account is not always simple or straightforward. Often, the victim and the other side disagree on what really happened and who was truly at fault for the incident. And, even when the other party’s insurance company is ready to make a deal, they generally offer the lowest figure they can get away with. For these reasons, it is in your best interests to team up with an attorney who knows the ins and outs of personal injury law and is determined to get you a fair and reasonable outcome.
At our firm, we strive to make personal injury claims as easy on our clients as possible. After all, when you’re hurt, you don’t need the added stress of navigating the legal system. When we represent you, you can count on us to answer your questions, negotiate with the insurance company, and — if it comes down to it — present your case in trial. We’ll be there for you every step of the way.
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No Matter the Injury, We’re on Your Side
We sincerely hope that you are not badly hurt, but we want to assure you that no matter the cause of your accident or the extent of your injuries, we are prepared to help. Below are some of the most common injury cases we handle — but again, we encourage you to give us a call even if you don’t see your particular cause of injury listed:
We represent clients involved in a car, truck, motorcycle, semi-truck, and drunk driving accidents. We also work with the families of those who have been killed in such accidents.
The term “premises liability” refers to a person’s (or business’s) responsibility for keeping their property safe. For instance, if you slip and fall in a poorly maintained area or get bitten by a dog, you may have a premises liability case.
If you’re reading up on injury law, you’re likely to come across legal terms like “catastrophic injuries” and “traumatic brain injuries.” These convoluted terms are just the legal way of saying that, no matter the severity of your situation, we want to help.
Medical Malpractice & Negligence
If you suspect that a medical professional has made a mistake — knowingly or not — it is best to speak up now. The sooner you can hold that person responsible for their actions, the more likely it is that you can protect others from undergoing the same thing in the future.
When someone you love loses their life in an avoidable accident — including any of those listed above — you have the right to pursue legal action. Although this cannot right the wrong that has taken place, it could help you ease the financial burden of the loss and prevent the same incident from happening to someone else.