Following a motor vehicle accident, so many thoughts are racing through your mind: Is anyone hurt? Do they have insurance? Will my insurance rates go up? Where am I going to get the money to fix my car? How am I going to get to work? Who’s going to pick the kids up after school? I can’t afford medical bills! What will this do to my driving record? That @#∗&%? Can’t drive!
This is why we created caraccidenthelp.com. So calm down and scroll down to find the practice area that most closely fits your situation, or, use the Free Accident Analysis app on the right side of your screen.
Car Accident Help assists clients throughout Oklahoma in a number of areas. Here are the areas we practice:
There are close to 2 million registered cars in Oklahoma. That’s about one a piece for half of the state’s nearly 4 million residents. With that many cars per capita, the Sooner State is bound to have its share of automobile accidents. If you’ve been involved in a car accident, you, no doubt, have a lot of concerns. Whether the accident was your fault or not, you’re likely going to be spending some time talking to insurance adjusters, mechanics, and possibly doctors. While cars are safer now than ever, they can still cause a lot of property damage, injury, and even death. And, while cars have gotten safer, medical costs have gotten more and more expensive. Insurance policies will fix or replace your vehicle, but it’s doubtful that they will pay all of your medical bills, lost wages from missed work, and thousands of dollars in auxiliary expenses that come along with a car accident (rental cars, etc.). Scroll down and find out what legal rights and options you have as an Oklahoma driver.
- 15 Passenger Van Accident
- Auto Product Liability
- Bad Faith Insurance
- Bus Accident
- Car Accident FAQs
- Car Accident Wrongful Death
- Child Car Accident
- Construction Zone Accident
- Distracted Driving
- Drunk Driving Car Accident
- Head Injuries
- Hit and Run Accidents
- Intersection Accident
- Multiple Vehicle Accident
- Oklahoma Auto Insurance
- Passenger Ejection
- Passenger Injuries
- Pedestrian Accident
- Rear-End Collision Liability
- Reckless Driving
- Rental Cars And Insurance Coverage
- Rideshare, Uber and Lyft Car Accidents
- Seatbelt Injuries
- Single-Car Accident
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Toyota Recall
- Treatment Facilities
- Types of Car Accidents
- Uninsured Motorist Accident
- What to do After a Car Accident
- Wrong Way Driver Accident
- How to Determine Fault for an Oklahoma Car Accident
- Costs Of A Car Accident Lawyer
From the high plains and mesas of the Panhandle, to the Ozarks in the east, Oklahoma has over 234,000 miles of scenic roadway for motorcyclists to explore. Whether you ride to feel the wind in your hair, or because it’s a fuel friendly way commute through the city, there’s only one thing that equals the thrill of motorcycling--and that’s the danger. Because motorcycles don’t offer the full body protection that cars do, there’s really no such thing as a “minor” motorcycle accident. If you’re in a bike accident, you’ll likely have injuries of some sort, and quite possibly, serious injuries that will cause you to miss a lot of work and rack up some pretty hefty medical bills.
Many drivers fail to see motorcycles or allow them the space they deserve for safety. Don’t let their careless and negligent behavior ruin your riding experience in the future. Scroll down to see what your legal options are.
- Accident with Drunk Driver
- Hit and Run
- Oklahoma Motorcycle Insurance Laws
- Lane Splitting
- Left Turn Motorcycle Accidents
- Motorcycle Accident Wrongful Death
- Sideswipe Accident
- Oklahoma Motorcycle Safety Laws & Helmet Usage
The trucking industry is vital to Oklahoma’s economy, and essential for delivering goods throughout our vast, yet sparsely populated, state. But tractor trailers (big rigs) are a menacing presence on our state’s roadways, due to their massive size and weight. A fully loaded tractor trailer weighs 16 times more than the average automobile, making a collision between the two very dangerous for the occupants of the car. Trucks also require more distance to come to a stop. A big rig traveling 60 miles per hour needs approximately 350 feet (more than a football field) to come to a stop. These factors, plus the strict deadlines truck drivers are under, make sharing the road with tractor trailers highly dangerous for other drivers. If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident with a big rig, you need to scroll down and find out what kind of compensation you may be entitled to.
- Black Box Data
- Commercial Vehicle Accident
- Drunk Driving Truck Accident
- Fatal Truck Accidents
- Fatigued Driver
- Jackknife Accident
- Large Truck Accident Data
- Overloaded Trucking Accidents
- Runaway Trailer Accident
- Tire Blow Out Truck Accident
- Truck Accident FAQs
- Truck Accident Statistics
- Truck Driver Hours of Service Violations
- Truck Driver Negligence
- Underride Accident
Contact Our Oklahoma Car Accident Lawyers
Contact Car Accident Help as soon as possible to learn how we can help you.
Call us any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at (405) 285-4357.
Whether you need help in an auto accident-related matter, or you have been the victim of a serious injury, our Oklahoma car accident lawyers and staff will respond quickly.
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