Personal Injury

Cell phone ban for an Oklahoma town?

vNews in Oklahoma is raving about the town of Duncan talking about banning the use of cell phone in their cars. Duncan is a town in Stephens Country located approximately 30 miles East of Lawton or...
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Staying Informed About Swine Flu

The H1N1 virus, better known as swine flu, is still a hot topic throughout America. Thankfully, as people are becoming more informed, the likelihood of contracting this flu decreases. Oklahoma is a...
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E. Coli is Still Found in Ground Beef

Ground beef is eaten as hamburgers, spaghetti, lasagna, tacos, and the list could go on and on, but ground is still not as safe as what it should be. The E. coli O157:H7 pathogens are still reporte...
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Levaquin and Cipro Cause Tendon Complications

Levaquin and Cipro are two antibiotic drugs in the quinolone family, a type of drug that hinders DNA replication in order to eliminate bacteria. Patients are prescribed these medications to treat o...
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Vehicular Manslaughter in Oklahoma

In Yuba City on October 2, 2008, Cory Beck was making his daily trek to work on his bicycle. Unfortunately, he never made it to work because at 4:15, 22-year-old Juan Carlos Gomez turned his truck ...
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Accutane Pulled from the Market

Friday June 26th, 2009, Roche Holding AG, the maker of Accutane, announced that they were pulling the drug off the market. Accutane is a drug released in 1982 that is used to treat severe acne. Acc...
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Raptiva, Genentech and Oklahoma Your Rights

Awareness for the disease called psoriasis has taken a back seat to other chronic illnesses such as depression, hypertension, and diabetes type 2. However, 7.5 million Americans have been diagnosed...
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Defective Drugs, Side Effects and Compensation

In September of 2005 after the birth of her daughter Meah, Faith Gibson was confronted with every new mother’s worst nightmare. She was told that Meah had been born with a hole in her heart and end...
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Uninsured Drivers In Oklahoma

In recent years, the number of uninsured motorists in the United States has been on the rise. A new study shows that the recession will likely cause a dramatic increase by 2010. Some states, includ...
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Dog Bites and Injury Compensation in Oklahoma

Are you concerned that the insurance company will not treat your family fairly after your child was bitten by a neighborhood dog? If you are unsure of your rights, or how to negotiate for the settl...
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