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Who Is At Fault in Oklahoma Rear-End Accidents?

By Car Accident Help on September 8, 2023 | Posted in: Auto Accident

Among the many daily Oklahoma road accidents, rear-end collisions are unfortunately quite common. When such an incident occurs, it’s essential to understand who might be at fault. In this guide, our experienced auto accident attorneys will explore rear-end accidents, their causes, and the factors determining fault. 

If you are the victim of a rear-end collision and have suffered permanent catastrophic injuries, contact our team for a free car accident analysis. We’re ready to help you today.

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Are Electric Vehicles Safe in Accidents? Exploring EV Crash Safety

By Car Accident Help on August 26, 2023 | Posted in: Auto Accident

Electric vehicles (EVs) have gained popularity in recent years thanks to their environmental benefits and technological advancements. But a question that often arises in the minds of potential buyers is, “Are electric vehicles safe in accidents?” In this guide, we will explore the safety aspects of electric vehicles, including EV accident safety, electric car crash safety, and the results of electric vehicle crash tests. 

As trusted Oklahoma car accident attorneys, we know the perils of Oklahoma roads. As EVs grow in popularity in Oklahoma, we know they’ll bring change, and we want to be a resource for you. 

You may own an electric car,  be considering buying an electric car, or maybe you were in an accident with an EV. Either way, we’re here for you. If you have been in an accident we’d love to provide a free accident analysis. We are a firm of compassionate, friendly and trustworthy attorneys and staff, who share the same goal: to arm you with reliable information so you can make decisions that are best for you or your loved one who has been injured in a collision. 

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Highway Safety and Driving Near Semi Trucks

By Car Accident Help on July 20, 2023 | Posted in: Truck Collision

Driving on Oklahoma’s highways and turnpikes is often the fastest way to get from one city to another. Whether you’re taking I-44 to Lawton, I-40 out to Eufala for the weekend, or heading north on I-35 toward Wichita, chances are your highway driving will include a few risks and challenges. Our team of expert car and truck accident attorneys has assembled a guide for safe highway driving.  

Highway risks outside your control include traffic conditions, the weather, and other vehicles around you. One of the most common and potentially dangerous vehicles you’re sure to encounter on Oklahoma highways is the semi truck (also called a big rig or 18-wheeler). Large trucks, like semis and other oversized trucks, were involved in over 1,800 injury accidents in Oklahoma in 2021

Because of large trucks’ size, weight, and speed, it’s essential to show extra caution when driving near semis to avoid accidents with large trucks. In this article, we will share some tips about driving safely on Oklahoma highways and how to avoid common hazards when driving near semi trucks.

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What To Do After A Semi Truck Accident in Oklahoma

By Car Accident Help on June 20, 2023 | Posted in: Truck Collision

Every day across Oklahoma’s highways, semi truck accidents happen. When a truck accident occurs, it can result in serious and catastrophic injuries or death, especially if it is an accident between a car and a large truck.  

In 2021, large truck-involved accidents accounted for 112 fatalities on Oklahoma roadways and over 1,800 injuries. In Oklahoma large truck accidents caused by the truck driver, the two most common contributing factors for the accidents were “improper driving act or movement” and “changed lanes unsafely.” When a passenger vehicle driver was responsible for the accident, the top contributing factors were “failed to yield” and “changed lanes unsafely.” 

If you are involved in an 18-wheeler or semi truck accident, it’s imperative that you know what to do following the accident. After the crash, you will want to make sure you follow the correct steps to protect yourself, your legal options and your rights after the accident. If you are involved in an accident with another passenger vehicle, you can read more about what to do after an accident in our previous blog post about what to do following passenger vehicle accidents.

If you are seriously injured in an accident with a truck, call 911 immediately. Seeking medical attention is the most important action you can take.

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The Most Dangerous Roads and Highways in Oklahoma

By Car Accident Help on June 7, 2023 | Posted in: Uncategorized

As the largest state capitol and the eighth-largest city in the United States by land area, it’s not a secret that Oklahoma City has a lot of roads and highways. But even more than Oklahoma City itself, the entire state has nearly 250,000 roadway miles and 30,000 lane miles of highway. Because of Oklahoma’s vast roadway system, there is a high accident incident rate for the state. Many of Oklahoma’s roads can be dangerous for drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists. 

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What Are The Cell Phone Laws for Drivers in Oklahoma?

By Car Accident Help on May 13, 2023 | Posted in: Distracted Driver

There’s been much discussion recently about Oklahoma’s cell phone laws for drivers. In the February 2023 legislative session, Representative Ross Ford of Broken Arrow authored a proposed bill that would help deter distracted driving in Oklahoma due to cell phone use. The bill, House Bill 2228, outlines a ban on operating a motor vehicle while the driver is holding or using a handheld cellular telephone or other electronic device when the car is in motion.  

Despite the high risk of car accidents and injury, many drivers use their phones for watching videos, social media, searching on the internet, and using other apps while driving. Current Oklahoma driving laws don’t directly address these types of cell phone use, and this proposed bill would help address it. The bill passed out of the house public safety committee and is now eligible to be considered by the full house. So while HB 2228 is not guaranteed to become law in Oklahoma, it is vital for drivers to understand what the distracted driving laws currently are and how cell phone use is limited by law while operating a vehicle. Our team of experienced auto accident attorneys has explained the ins and outs of Oklahoma driving cell phone laws below. 

If you are in a situation where you know you need help from a car accident attorney because a distracted driver injured you, contact our team today. We would be happy to provide a free consultation.

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Guide: Dos and Don’ts After A Car Accident

By Car Accident Help on May 10, 2023 | Posted in: Auto Accident

After the shock of experiencing a car accident, it can be challenging to remember what you need to do following the wreck. If you have children or other passengers in your car and your adrenaline is still high, staying focused can be even more difficult. The team at Car Accident Help understands, and we want to help you know what steps you should take following an auto accident. 

We’ve put together this guide as a tool for you to save and use. Share the link with other drivers in your household to bookmark on their phones. After an accident, everyone should know their rights and what information to collect to protect them in the future.

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A Guide for Dealing with Single Vehicle Accidents

By Car Accident Help on April 25, 2023 | Posted in: Auto Accident

In Oklahoma, there are nearly 200 automobile accidents every day. When you think of an accident, you probably think of two  or more vehicles colliding. However, single vehicle accidents are much more common than you

might assume. The team members at Car Accident Help are trusted experts in helping the victims of Oklahoma single vehicle car accidents. 

While single car accidents may not come to mind when you think of a car crash, it’s important to know what to do if you experience one. Our team has put together a guide to help you understand single vehicle accidents, what causes them, steps to take after one, compensation after an accident, and how to find an Oklahoma single car accident attorney.


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What To Do If You Have Back Pain After a Car Accident

By Car Accident Help on March 17, 2023 | Posted in: Car Accident Injury

Car accidents happen suddenly, and you can’t always be sure of what’s happened right away. One moment you’re cruising toward your destination, the next, you’re violently shaken by a collision. Trying to remember the steps you’re supposed to take is difficult enough, but the stress-related chemicals flowing through your body post-accident can have other effects that don’t become apparent right away.

What happens if you file your accident report, speak with a police officer, and get home to finally breathe, only to find out once you’ve begun to relax that maybe you’re a little more hurt than you realized? Worse yet, what if this doesn’t happen for a day or two following the accident?

One of the most common types of sneaky injuries that can occur during car accidents is back pain. If you’ve ever had back pain before, you know how debilitating it can be. Should this happen to you, there are some steps you can take to ensure your best outcome. Before we explore these steps, let’s examine why you may be experiencing back pain.

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How Can You Avoid Highway Hypnosis?

By Car Accident Help on January 20, 2023 | Posted in: Auto Accident

The United States is an incredibly vast country, and if you want or need to travel somewhere far away, you’ll likely have to spend a lot of time driving along a highway. Road trips can be fun, but when you’re driving alone or the hours start to stretch too long, inattention can become an issue. In some cases, it can be deadly. This is especially true for truck drivers, who drive the longest hours in vehicles with the most potential for damage. One tragically common phenomenon to watch out for is highway hypnosis.

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