1. Common Disabilities that Qualify for Social Security Disability

    If you or a loved one suffered a severe injury and now have a disability that prevents you from working, you could be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). In order to obtain benefits, your disability must meet the Social Security Administration's (SSA) definition of a disability, which is a mental or physical impairment that prevents you from engaging in substantial gainful ac…Read More

  2. Deficiencies Found in Registration System for Recalled Tires

    New information shows that millions of defective tires are on the road, increasing the likelihood of car accidents across the country. With over 500 motor vehicle deaths per year caused by tire failures, this has safety advocates deeply concerned. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has recently stated that the current registration and recall method for tires is ineffective, putting …Read More

  3. 36 Million Americans Expected to Travel for Memorial Day Weekend

    The American Auto Association, best known as AAA, expects that 36.1 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home during the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Memorial Day kicks off driving season as about eight in ten travelers will be driving to their destinations. The Memorial Day travel period begins on Thursday and ends on Monday, May 26. AAA offered some interested statistics on Memo…Read More

  4. Tornadoes Rip Through Oklahoma and Arkansas, 18 Fatalities Reported

    On Sunday, three separate tornadoes ripped through Oklahoma and Arkansas causing widespread property damage and 18 deaths. On Monday morning, the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management confirmed that at least 16 people died in Little Rock, Ark., where a tornado touched down just 10 miles west of the city and moved northeastward for at least 30 miles. Widespread damage was reported in the comm…Read More

  5. The Edwards Law Firm Voted Second Best Law Firm in TulsaPeople’s 2014 A-List Survey

    The Edwards Law Firm was voted one of the best law firms for Tulsans in the 2014 TulsaPeoples A-List survey. The A-List Directory in Tulsa is a go-to resource for Tulsans seeking recommendations on food, fun, shopping and services, such as a law firm you can trust. TulsaPeople asked readers to vote for their favorite places and services to do business between March 1 and 17 of this year. The final…Read More

  6. Tornado Season Begins Again — Keep Your Family Prepared

    Spring is a welcome change from the bitter cold of this past winter, but along with the warmer temperatures comes the beginning of tornado season. Many Oklahoman's are keeping a nervous eye on the sky after last Mays devastating tornadoes, which killed 48 people and injured hundreds more. In response to last years storm season, changes are being implemented to help protect people across the state.…Read More

  7. Details Emerge on How GM Handled the Defective Ignition Switch Recall

    On April 1, 2014, General Motors CEO, Marry Barr, was pressed for details on what GM knew about the faulty ignition switch defect at a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing. Since February, GM has recalled more than 6 million vehicles globally for various issues. However, at the heart of this meeting was what really took place nearly 10 years ago when the first reports of failing air bags we…Read More

  8. States Meet to Discuss Fracking Regulations

    As the risk of fracking-induced earthquakes continues to rise, several states have come together to strengthen industry regulations on the disposal of wastewater from hydraulic fracturing. At a March meeting in Oklahoma City, regulators from Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma and Ohio met to discuss the man-made earthquakes that can result from fracking and what can be done to decrease their frequency and in…Read More

  9. Update: Bridge Closed to All Traffic until Summer

    Repairs on the James C. Nance Memorial Bridge, which connects the cities of Lexington and Purcell, have been delayed by the discovery of additional cracks and structural defects. The bridge was scheduled to open to car and light truck traffic on March 31, but the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) now expects the bridge to be closed to all traffic until June 14. At a meeting on March 10,…Read More

  10. 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