Month: March 2017

Month: March 2017

HOW TO OBTAIN YOUR MEDICAL RECORDS FOLLOWING AN ACCIDENT

By: Chuck Richardson | March 23, 2017 | Personal Injury

Victims injured in preventable accidents have the legal right to pursue financial compensation for their damages by filing a personal injury claim against the at-fault party. Aside from having to prove that another person is responsible for your accident, your case will be hinged on showing that you suffered an actual injury and damages in […]

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DENTAL MALPRACTICE CASE RESOLVED SUCCESSFULLY FOR CLIENT

By: Chuck Richardson | March 14, 2017 | Personal Injury

If you follow the news, you may recall the story of a former Tulsa oral surgeon who surrendered his dental license after it was discovered he potentially exposed as many as 5,000 patients to dangerous viruses, including HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C. In what gained considerable media coverage, the story of Scott Harrington helped […]

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WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN CHOOSING A TRUCK ACCIDENT LAWYER

By: Chuck Richardson | March 10, 2017 | Personal Injury

The attorney selection process is one of the most important phases of your case. Because the lawyer you choose to represent you can make all the difference in the outcome, it is of critical importance to carefully vet and evaluate potential lawyers. You want to be confident about placing your trust in a lawyer during […]

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ROUNDUP HERBICIDE LINKED TO CANCER

By: Chuck Richardson | March 9, 2017 | Product Liability

Glyphosate, also known by the brand name Roundup, is the most used agricultural chemical in the world, acting as a weed-killer and, now, quite possibly a carcinogen. With the rise in herbicide-resistance crops in recent years, the demand for Roundup has grown, landing it in the public eye. Concerned parties began to question the negative […]

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SENATE COMMITTEE PASSES BILL BANNING MOTORIST CELLPHONE USE IN CONSTRUCTION & SCHOOL ZONES

By: Chuck Richardson | March 7, 2017 | Personal Injury

Under a measure that passed out of a legislative committee on Thursday, March 2nd, 2017, using a cellphone while driving in a construction or school zone would be illegal. Senate Bill 132, authored by Senator J.J. Dossett (D-Owasso), was passed by the Senate Public Safety Committee by a vote of 9-1. The measure now heads […]

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