Our team of personal injury lawyers in Tulsa are dedicated to helping victims in our local community seek the justice and compensation they deserve. We strongly believe individuals shouldn’t have to suffer from injuries that were no fault of their own, which is why we’ve recovered more than $100 million in compensation for our clients over our many years of practice.

In this blog, we’ll provide additional information related to personal injury lawyers in the Tulsa area, whether that be educational articles or advice for unexpected situations. We want our clients to think of us as a trustworthy resource in the community they can turn to in times of desperation. Think you may have a viable personal injury case? Schedule a consultation with our personal injury lawyers in Tulsa today.  

  1. Injured In A Gym? Here’s How To Determine If You Can Sue Or Not

    Have you recently injured yourself in a gym? Are you trying to determine whether or not you should sue the gym for any of the injuries you’ve sustained? Before you seek any official legal assistance, make sure you do your research. You want to ensure you have a viable, potentially successful claim on your hands before wasting your time or efforts. In this blog post, we’ll go over a few ways yo…Read More

  2. What Can A Wrongful Death Lawyer Help You Receive Compensation For?

    Dealing with a death of a loved one is never easy, but it’s especially difficult if the death was unexpected and premature. Filing for a wrongful death claim is the best way to seek closure through justice. But, unless you’ve previously dealt with a wrongful death case, you might not know exactly what you can seek compensation for in regards to damages — a wrongful death lawyer can help with…Read More

  3. When Do You Need A Product Liability Attorney?

    Injuries caused by everyday items — at no fault of the consumer — aren’t as uncommon as you might think. According to studies by the U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission, there were more than 36 million U.S. residents that sought medical treatment for consumer product-related injuries. So, when exactly do you need a product liability attorney? If you or someone you know has been injured by…Read More

  4. What Constitutes A Wrongful Death Case?

    It’s never easy to lose someone you love, but it’s especially difficult when you lose that person due to the recklessness or negligence of another individual, establishment or entity. No one should have to deal with the suffering of losing a loved one when it could have been prevented, which is why a wrongful death injury attorney can help you seek the justice you deserve. Nothing will ever re…Read More

  5. 4 Common Myths About Personal Injury Law

    There are several myths about attorneys that float their way around the community, especially in regard to personal injury lawyers. The truth of the matter is that personal injury lawyers strive to help their clients seek compensation for any damages they are eligible for. Personal injury lawyers give a legal voice to those who are injured at no fault of their own. Our team of personal injury lawy…Read More

  6. 8 Things To Know About Medical Malpractice

    Nobody goes to the doctor to get worse, but still, medical malpractice was the third leading cause of death in the U.S. in 2013, behind heart disease and cancer, according to the Journal of the American Medical Association. Our malpractice lawyers at The Edwards Law Firm in Tulsa, Oklahoma, can help you seek the compensation you deserve after experiencing an incident of medical malpractice, whethe…Read More

  7. Everything You Should Know About Personal Injury Lawyers

    It’s that famous cliché phrase everyone’s heard at least once: accidents happen. Sometimes, when those accidents do happen, it’s not always our fault, but we still sometimes suffer at the cost of someone else’s negligence. That’s when a personal injury lawyer can help. At The Edwards Law Firm in Tulsa, Oklahoma, our attorneys offer assistance for a variety of personal injury practice ar…Read More

  8. How To Choose The Right Medical Malpractice Lawyer

    Being involved in an incident of medical malpractice is an extremely difficult situation, especially since most victims have never been in one before. Oklahoma, specifically, has about 36.3 malpractice suits per 100,000 residents — the second most in the country behind Louisiana. Finding and choosing the best and most qualified medical malpractice lawyer for the job can be stressful, especially …Read More

  9. What To Expect At Our Free Case Evaluation

    When it comes to finding a personal injury lawyer, many local law firms will offer a free first-time consultation or free case evaluation. But what exactly does that mean? Many first-time clients have never utilized legal services before, and they typically don’t know what to expect at these case evaluations and consultations. At The Edwards Law Firm in Tulsa, Oklahoma, we give prospective clien…Read More

  10. Areas of Practice For Our Personal Injury Lawyers in Tulsa: Part Two

    In our last blog, we covered our areas of practice including automobile, truck, and motorcycle accidents involving personal injury. In this blog, we’ll cover medical malpractice, including birth injuries, and nursing home abuse. Medical malpractice is physically and emotionally traumatic because you obtain injury from this places and people who are supposed to heal; this is why you need medical …Read More

  11. Edwards Law Firm Receives 2017 Best of Tulsa Award

    Personal Injury Lawyers Named Best Of Tulsa Press Release TULSA October 21, 2017 -- Edwards Law Firm has been selected for the 2017 Best of Tulsa Award in the Local Business category by the Tulsa Award Program. Each year, the Tulsa Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies…Read More

  12. How Do I Appeal My Denied Social Security Disability Claim?

    Claims for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are, unfortunately, often denied. However, claimants have the right to appeal the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) decision to deny their claim. At the Edwards Law Firm, our Tulsa Social Security Disability attorneys have handled many disputes with the SSA and are familiar with the process to ap…Read More

  13. Oklahoma Medical Malpractice Laws

    Medical malpractice is an act of negligence that occurs when a healthcare provider harms a patient by failing to provide an acceptable standard of care. If you believe that your injury was caused by an act of medical negligence, you should be aware of the laws governing these types of claims in Oklahoma. Below, our seasoned Tulsa medical malpractice attorneys have prepared this guide to help exp…Read More

  14. Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Lawsuits

    Bringing a personal injury lawsuit can offer many benefits, especially if an insurance company is being uncooperative or declining to pay you fair compensation. However, filing a lawsuit can be a complicated and time-consuming process. Before you decide to file a lawsuit, it is important for you to decide if pursuing a case is in your best interest. The Edwards Law Firm’s Tulsa personal injury …Read More

  15. What You Need to Know About Wrongful Death Claims in Oklahoma

    Losing a loved one is devastating, and can be made even more tragic if his or her death was preventable. When this occurs, certain members of the decedent’s surviving family may be able to pursue a wrongful death claim against the liable party. If you believe another’s negligence resulted in the death of a loved one, the Edwards Law Firm’s wrongful death attorneys are ready to help you file…Read More

  16. What Is The Difference Between SSI and SSDI?

    Individuals with severe disabilities that prevent them from working and financially supporting themselves may qualify for Social Security disability benefits. There are two programs offered by the Social Security Administration (SSA) that people with a long-term or permanent disability can apply for: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Although both of th…Read More