1. Statute of Limitations for Granulflo & NaturaLyte Cases

    In March 2012, Granuflo and NaturaLyte were recalled by Fresenius Medical Care when a spike in product liability lawsuits were filed after dialysis patients suffered cardiac arrest or sudden death during treatment. Across the nation there are hundreds of pending lawsuits in state and federal courts involving similar allegations. While filed cases continue to increase, a statute of limitations may …Read More

  2. Toyota Recalls 2.1 Million Vehicles Worldwide

    Toyota has recently announced it will be recalling nearly 2.1 million of its Prius, Tacoma, RAV4 and Lexus vehicles worldwide. In the United States alone the company will voluntarily recall 960,000 vehicles to address two separate vehicle software issues. In total the U.S. recall will include, 700,000 Prius vehicles model year 2010-2014, and 260,000 2012 RAV4s, Tacoma trucks, and the Lexus RX 350.…Read More

  3. California Woman Cleared of Google Glass Traffic Charges

    It was nearly a month ago when a California woman was given a traffic citation under a code banning operation of a video or TV screen at the front of a vehicle while moving. The reason? She was wearing Google Glass while driving her vehicle. Last week, Cecilia Abadie was found not guilty, as San Diego County Traffic Commissioner John Blair stated, there was no proof beyond a reasonable doubt that …Read More

  4. Google & Automotive Manufacturers Bring Android to your Vehicle

    On January 6, 2014, Google announced its Open Automotive Alliance, which is a group of automotive and technology companies which plan to implement Googles mobile operating system into automobiles. Automotive manufacturers such as Audi, General Motors, Honda Motors, and Hyundai, along with chip-maker Nvida, already have plans to implement devices into vehicles throughout the year. Not only will the…Read More

  5. Will Electric Car Problems Be The End of Driver-less Cars?

    Electric cars have been popular since the late 19th century, but began declining when advances in the internal combustion engine, along with cheaper gasoline vehicles were mass produced. However, the first electric car was manufactured in 1888, and was known as the German Flocken Elektrowagen. Nevertheless, electric cars have become popular once again, beginning in 2008. While these vehicles have …Read More

  6. You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out: BB Gun Accidents & Injuries

    In the words of Mrs. Parker from A Christmas Story, You'll shoot your eye out. This famous line was said in response to Ralphie's request for a Red Ryder, carbine action, two-hundred shot range model air rifle for Christmas. Statistically speaking, she is not that far off. According the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are nearly 30,000 BB and pellet gun accidents and injuries eac…Read More

  7. The Dangers of Being a Cowboy

    Rodeo accidents are without a doubt one of the most scary and extreme type of accident which can occur in any sport. The average bucking bull used in a rodeo weighs between 1,700 and 1,800 pounds, while the highest they may weigh is 2,200 pounds. It may come as no surprise to many that saddling ones self on the top of these large animals, with no protective equipment, may result in serious injurie…Read More

  8. 10 Reasons to Seek Legal Counsel in an Auto Accident Case

    When people are involved in car accidents, there are often many steps to follow in order to receive compensation for losses and damages. However, insurance agencies may not always provide sufficient funds for all losses and damages, which may lead an individual to seek legal counsel. There are several reasons why a person should seek the help of a dedicated car accident attorney in Tulsa following…Read More

  9. 8 Tips on How to Avoid Hitting an Animal in the Road

    In 2009, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recorded 12,000 injuries, and 173 auto accident fatalities following a collision with an animal. Each year there are over 1.5 million total accidents with deer, resulting in over one billion in automobile damage annually. As responsible members of the State of Oklahoma, our committed Tulsa auto accident attorneys have gathered some us…Read More

  10. Old Betsy Took the Roads Today in History

    On this day in auto history, the first Dodge was completed by John and Horace Dodge; the vehicle was named Old Betsy. After completing the vehicle, the brothers took Old Betsy for a test drive throughout the streets of Detroit, Michigan, before shipping the vehicle to a buyer in Tennessee. As the number and capabilities of automobiles have advanced in the years since Old Betsy first hit the road, …Read More

  11. Will Google Glass Lead to More Auto Accidents?

    According to Google, around 8,000 people have purchased Google Glass from them for $1,500, while law enforcement officials have been ticketing these individuals while classifying it as distracted driving. Since Google Glass was released, experts have been debating whether or not the internet-enabled eye wear presents a hazard to drivers. If you or someone you love has been injured by a distracted …Read More

  12. How to Order Your Accident Report in Three Easy Steps

    In the state of Oklahoma, there were a total of 70,669 traffic collisions in 2012, according to the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office. Following an accident, many individuals will choose to obtain a copy of their accident report. Not only is this document important to keep on file, but it may also be used by an experienced auto accident attorney in Tulsa when formulating a robust case against the neg…Read More

  13. Thieves Targeting the Elderly at Nursing Homes

    Nursing-home residents across the United States are being robbed by people they know including nursing home bookkeepers, office managers, and people who are managing their expenses and trust funds. The USA Today has recently conducted an investigation regarding thefts that occur from nursing homes. The investigation concluded that over 100 cases have been documented since 2010, which is mainly due…Read More