Breaking one or more bones is one of the most common injuries suffered in Oklahoma motor vehicle accidents. Despite the pain and the downtime victims experience after fractures, most of them believe it is a simple matter to recover from such injuries. However, some bone fractures are much more complicated and require a long time to heal properly.
In recent years, we've read about a number of devastating crashes involving tour buses that have left multiple people killed or injured.
Construction workers spending hours under the hot sun often welcome a cool breeze occasionally, but there are plenty of times where that gentle breeze can turn into a deadly gust. Oklahoma has one of the highest rates of tornado activity throughout the nation, and unfortunately our tornado seasons tend to last for half of the year. Residents and workers are on high alert between March and August.
We like to think that our loved ones are safe, happy and being well cared for when they go to live in a nursing home. Before helping them decide on their next residence, we accompany them to tour homes, ask questions and check references.
A truck driver faces with two counts of first-degree manslaughter, more than three months after a boulder tumbled from a truck he was driving and smashed into a car, killing two elderly women.
Summer is in full swing, and it may be time to send the kids off to an Oklahoma sleepover camp for a week or two. Time in the outdoors, with friends both old and new, probably will be the highlight of the summer for them.
Earlier this year, news was released indicating Tulsa may be one of the more dangerous cities in the country for pedestrians. According to the news article, about 15 pedestrians are killed each year in Tulsa.